The University of London has agreed to a £11.5M refurbishment for the IALS building starting in July 2018 subject to planning approval. Additional necessary funding for the project will be sought through a fundraising campaign.
IALS Library currently has trial access to the subscription database Index to Legal Periodicals and Books with full text. This database contains the full text of over 400 periodicals, many of which are peer reviewed. It can be accessed onsite at IALS at http://ials.sas.ac.uk/library/legal-databases-and-digital-resources/electronic-law-library/trial-electronic-resources. The trial will run until 22 April.
The Library will be open to readers from 10:00am to 8:30pm on Maundy Thursday 29th March 2018, and then close for the Easter Holidays on Good Friday, Easter Saturday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday.
The Library will re-open from 10:00am to 8:30pm on Tuesday 3rd April 2018.
Normal extended Library opening hours will resume from 9:00am on Wednesday 4th April 2018.
The Document Supply service for Subscribers will close for the Easter Holiday at 5:00pm on Wednesday 28th March 2018 and resume at 9:30am on Wednesday 4th April 2018.
- Professor Irene Ng, Director of the International Institute for Product and Service Innovation and the Professor of Marketing and Service Systems at WMG, University of Warwick
New IALS Short Course
This specialist course, new to the IALS, brings delegates up to speed with the evolving framework within which regulators, governments, law enforcement and industry work together to combat financial crime, but at the same time emphasises on the need for Senior GRC professionals to discharge their statutory duties within the limits of proportionality so that financial institutions and consumers are not disadvantaged by unintended consequences of extreme anti-financial crime measures.
Essential maintenance on the library catalogue and management system for the School of Advanced Study's libraries, including IALS Library, and Senate House Library will be carried out in the early hours of Tuesday 27th February 2018. The system was taken offline after 3.00am and will be back up and running from 9:00am on Tuesday morning 27th February 2018.
Some services will be unavailable in the early morning of Tuesday 27th February 2018
The Archive is currently closed to new enquiries and will re-open on 4th April. Please feel free to send enquiries before that date but they will not be addressed until 4th April, unless urgent. In the meantime, do browse our website and catalogues for more information about the Archive and our holdings.