Monday, July 09, 2007

Law Students Now Have Access to Supreme Court of Canada Library

The Supreme Court of Canada has approved a change to the Policy on Library Use to extend use of the Court Library to students of law faculties.

The change was posted today to the Supreme Court of Canada website.

Section II. B. now reads:

"The following persons are permitted to use the Library upon presentation of proof of identity and obtaining of a visitor's pass from Court Security which must be worn at all times while on the Library's premises:

  • Judges of any other Court
  • Members of the bar and their representatives
  • Faculty Members and students in good standing of Faculties of Law".

The policy used to only mention "Members of law faculties". The change reflects the wish on the part of the Justices and managers of the Court to make the institution more accessible.

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 5:48 pm


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