About this Site
This is the website of the Supreme Court of Queensland Library (SCQL), launched in November 2007. The Library previously administered an integrated Queensland Courts and Supreme Court Library website. To improve efficiency for users, the Library website will provide access to legal information resources, including Queensland Judgments, and the Queensland Courts website will facilitate procedural transactions with the Court.
The SCQL website connects users to Library services and collections and provides access to Queensland Judgments, the UCPR Bulletin, the Queensland Legal Updater current awareness bulletin and biographical information about the Queensland Judiciary.
Key services, including the Library Catalogue and Document Delivery, can be accessed via the main menu on every page. Alternatively, content can be browsed by selecting an option from the user groups menu.
Information about the Supreme Court History Program (SCHP) is also incorporated in this site.
We have just launched our new look SCQL Catalogue. Designed to integrate with the SCQL website and enhance usability, the Catalogue now facilitates remote access to a range of Library subscription services for registered members of the Queensland legal profession. This service will significantly enhance access to legal information for practitioners. Please refer to Can I access Library resources remotely? for further details.
The SCQL website is intended to be a simple and effective platform for access to legal information and Library services. The Library will be reviewing and adding relevant content on a continuing basis.
We appreciate your patience and feedback during development.
The latest version of your preferred browser is recommended. You can download free copies of these browsers via the links below.
The SCQL has endeavoured to optimise accessibility to this site for all users. Accessibility features include:
- Adjustable text size
- Access keys for navigation
- Validated XHTML 1.0 Transitional or XHTML 1.0 Strict code is used for all templates.
- Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are used for presentation and layout of content.
- Alt text has been added to all images.
If you encounter an accessibility problem on any SCQL webpage, please contact the Web Assistant on 07 3247 4372 or email w...@sclqld.org.au.
Portable Document Format (PDF)
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