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Law Library plans

Law Library refurbishment

UNSW Law Library is undergoing a significant redesign. Incorporating student feedback, the refurbishment will include 250 additional quiet student study spaces with ergonomically designed furniture and power points for charging devices, Help Zone pods and a new food reheating station. For more information see Law Library refurbishment.

An image of the postgraduate study space

Postgraduate study space open 21 February

The Postgraduate study space on Level 4 of the Main Library, which had been closed for urgent maintenance, re-opens on Thursday 21 February.

Library collections on the move

Library collections on the move

Low use books have been moved to the Library basement and are now available on request via the Library collection. Current print journals have been temporarily relocated to the basement and will be returned to the open shelves soon; they are presently available on request via the Library collection. Print journals that we no longer subscribe to have been relocated and are now available electronically or on request via the Library collection.

As we move our print collections into new spaces we are updating the location for each book as well as providing an overview on the Main Library collection range page. We appreciate your understanding while we complete this project to revitalise our print collections and create new study spaces.

Book giveaway

Book giveaway

The Library is giving away low-use, duplicate copies of books that have been removed from the collection. You can find the giveaways on Level 2 of the Main Library opposite the lifts.

Digital repositories

Next Generation Digital Repositories

UNSW Library will meet the changing needs and expectations of institutions, funders and researchers by transforming UNSW’s digital repositories and managing a diverse range of digital content including theses, research outputs (traditional and non-traditional), research data and digitised collections in line with international best-practice.

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