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Physical Access to the Andrew Inglis Clark, Launceston and North-West Law Libraries

The Andrew Inglis Clark Law Libary in Hobart, Launceston Law Library and North-West Law Library will be closed to practitioners and the public from Tuesday 31 March 2020 until further notice in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The closure will also apply to after hours access. The library service will remain open for business however, and we will continue to provide a full range of services remotely. 
 
Our priority at this time is the health and wellbeing of our staff, our customers and the wider community.
 
Consistent with Federal and State Government advice, we are seeking to reduce the risk of infection with the novel coronavirus by closing our physical premises until further notice.
 
Although the physical library space itself will be closed, as mentioned above, our services are still running. Library staff can still access the physical collection, and will endeavour to fulfill your information and research requests. We will be increasing the range of electronic content available to the legal profession over the forthcoming weeks and will keep you informed via this newsletter, the Law Society newsletter and via our website. 

Please return all loan items (Hobart, Launceston and Burnie) as soon as possible, via post or DX to the AIC library for processing.

Please contact us for assistance with information and research requests during this period.

Kind regards
Tasmanian Law Library team
Andrew Inglis Clark Law Libary