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Supreme Court Library Queensland

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About Us

Supreme Court Library Queensland (SCLQ) was established in 1862 to serve the administration of justice in Queensland. Today it is Queensland's principal legal information provider, delivering innovative information services to members of the judiciary, legal profession and community from the main library in Brisbane, as well as servicing several regional courthouse library collections.

SCLQ also preserves and shares Queensland’s legal heritage by maintaining an extensive legal heritage collection, curating exhibitions and displays, delivering a popular lecture series, and educating students and community members about Queensland’s legal system.

Established in 2012, the Sir Harry Gibbs Legal Heritage Centre is a public exhibition space located on the ground floor of the Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law.

SCLQ is open from Monday to Friday, 8.30am–4.30pm (excluding public holidays).

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Level 12, Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law 415 George Street
Queensland 4000