Surplus law reports, journals, texts available at the Old Supreme Court Law Library Stirling Gardens

The Law Library at the David Malcolm Justice Centre has completed the merger of the Department of Justice Library with the old Law Library at the Supreme Court Stirling Gardens and has identified excess materials that are now on offer to interested parties on a first-come-first-served basis. 

These excess materials have previously been offered to universities, the State Library, the Parliamentary Library, government libraries and community legal centres. 

As the next step, the surplus materials will be available for viewing by the profession during business hours (8:30am-5pm)  from Wednesday 6  March through to Friday 8  March 2019 by appointment only
To make an appointment to view the material at the old Law Library at the Supreme Court Stirling Gardens, please email the Law Library at llwa@justice.wa.gov.au or call the Law Library Reference Desk on (08) 9264 1498 by 5pm 5 March 2019. 

In addition to the material held at the Supreme Court Stirling Gardens site, a number of full and partial sets of authorised Law Reports, legal journals, legislation, and gazettes are also available for disposal. Please see the attached list.
If you are interested in obtaining any of these titles, please email the Law Library at llwa@justice.wa.gov.au with the subject line: “Law Library Surplus Stock Request” by 5pm 13 March 2019. Transportation is at own cost and pick up would need to be during office hours.

The Law Library continues to offer reference and research services to the legal profession of Western Australia at its David Malcolm Justice Centre site at 28 Barrack Street, Perth, and is open 8:30am-5pm Monday-Friday (excluding WA public holidays).