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Members of the public

People, including those representing themselves in court and law students can use the collection in the Andrew Inglis Clark Law Library in Hobart.

Access to the Launceston Law Library is by prior arrangement.

The D.M. Chambers Library, the Judges Library and the North West Law Library are not available to members of the public.

Requests for judgments, sentences or information about the court


Books are not available for loan to members of the public. However, a photocopier is available and charges apply.


  • photocopying library material - 35c per page
  • printing on your behalf by library staff - 35c per page

Research assistance

Library staff can provide limited assistance to members of the public.

  • Library staff cannot provide legal advice

They can

  • locate law-related materials within the collection
  • provide directions to other organisations who may be able to help

Internet access

There are no available PCs for members of the public to use. However, library staff may assist with searches on their behalf.

LINC provides free internet access to the public.


Wifi is only available to legal practitioners within the court building.