The Library runs regular group training sessions in legal research techniques, including the use of electronic resources. Sessions include general legal research training as well as specific sessions dedicated to case law, legislation and the Middle Temple Library specialisms of European and US law. These sessions are designed for students and pupils, as well as experienced practitioners in need of a refresher. Dates for upcoming sessions will be advertised here, on posters in the Library, on Facebook and on Twitter.
Please see the PDF documents on the sidebar to the right for further details.
We also offer individual training sessions if you need advice on:
- locating books, journal articles, case reports and other materials
- which databases to use, and how best to use them
- which hardcopy resources are most appropriate
- constructing effective online searches
- identifying words and phrases to use in a search
- narrowing or broadening your search results
If you are interested in booking a session, please contact the Training & Development Librarian by phoning 020 7427 4830 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also contact us if you would like a general introduction to the library.
We recommend the following free online database training videos, which will provide you with an introduction to the major databases we subscribe to in the Library: