UQ’s spectacular St Lucia campus provides students with access to high-tech facilities, ongoing study support and unique opportunities for personal and professional development.
World-class resources facilitate superior student learning. All lecture and seminar rooms are equipped with multi-media facilities. Students have 24-hour access to computer laboratories, which feature the latest software for study and research projects, and computing help and training.
Students also have access to the state’s largest university library, which holds millions of volumes and spans 14 branches.
The Walter Harrison Law Library
|The Walter Harrison Law Library
The Walter Harrison Law Library is named after Professor Walter Norwood Leslie Harrison, Garrick Professor of Law and Dean of the Faculty of Law between 1948 and 1964.
The Law Library, the largest in Queensland and one of the largest in Australia, is a state-of-the-art facility conveniently located adjacent to the Law School. Features include extensive opening hours, friendly professional staff, group and quiet study areas, personal computers with access to the Internet, wireless network, photocopiers and networked printers.
The Library’s comprehensive collection of resources in all formats provides access to information 24/7. In addition to a very significant collection of print materials, the Law Library provides access to various types of electronic resources. These include databases of legal source materials from Australia and around the world, indexes and finding tools for law-related literature, and subscriptions to electronic versions of journals.
Sir Harry Gibbs Moot Court
|Sir Harry Gibbs Moot Court
The Sir Harry Gibbs Moot Court, named after the former Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia and graduate of the TC Beirne School of Law, is located within the Walter Harrison Law Library. Installed in 1973, furnished with the original cedar fittings from the Supreme Court of Queensland, and refurbished in 2000, it utilises the latest technology to enhance the advocacy education of students at the School.