The Institute of Advanced Legal Studies has several collections of archives, held in the Library and administered by the IALS Archivist. The IALS archives are records of the Institute itself and also various manuscripts held by the Institute. The Records of Legal Education archives were created as part of a broader project funded by the Leverhulme Trust to investigate records of legal education. They are records of organisations and individuals connected with legal education which otherwise had no institutional home or were at risk.
List of Archive Collections
- About the Archives held at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS)
- Archival Sources for Legal Biography at the IALS (article)
- British and Irish Association of Law Librarians (BIALL) Archive at IALS
- Elizabeth (Betty) Moys Publications and Files relating to Law Librarianship Archive at IALS
- General Council of the Bar Archive catalogue
- Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS) Archive
- International Association of Law Libraries (IALL) Archive
- International Law Association (ILA) Archive
- Records of Legal Education Archives at IALS
- UKCLE: UK Centre for Legal Education Website Archive
- Senate House Library and SAS libraries Archives shared catalogue
- Archives at IALS Access Request Form
- Regulations for use of Archives at IALS
- Photocopy request form + Digital camera copying request form
The IALS archives can be found via, our website, library catalogue or the Senate House archives catalogue.
To request access, contact our Information Resources Manager, Liz Murray You will be required to fill out an archives request form.
Coming to the Library
Once your request has been approved, arrange a date to view the archive in the IALS library.