The main branch of the Law Library of Victoria is located within the Supreme Court of Victoria, in the heart of Melbourne's legal district. A stunning building of historical and architectural significance, the library is open for members of the public and the legal profession alike. Members of the public are encouraged to explore our building and collection, but are reminded that the Law Library is also a working library for those conducting serious legal research.
The Law Library of Victoria management and administration team is also located at the Supreme Court Library.
Phone: 03 8600 2009
Supreme Court Library Opening Hours
The Supreme Court Library is open in accordance with Government directions.
Monday - Thursday 8.30am - 6.00pm
Friday 8.30am - 5.00pm
Supreme Court Library Location
210 William St, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000
Visitors are permitted to take photographs (still images only) with hand held devices within the Supreme Court Library for personal use. Cameras may not be permitted to be brought into the Supreme Court precinct.
Visitors to the Library may take photographs with their smart phones and tablets. Selfie sticks, tripods, video/movie recording and additional lighting are not permitted without permission of the Supreme Court of Victoria.
Photography is not permitted in any other Supreme Court areas.
If you post photographs to social media channels (such as Instagram, FaceBook or Twitter), the Supreme Court of Victoria and the Law Library of Victoria reserves the right to re-use your contribution in publications (such as annual reports) and on Supreme Court of Victoria or Law Library of Victoria websites or to “re-tweet” or “re-gram” via our social media channels.
Comments and reviews may be responded to, at the discretion of the Supreme Court of Victoria or Law Library of Victoria.
The Supreme Court of Victoria or the Law Library of Victoria reserves the right to delete inappropriate activity and to request photographs or comments be removed.