Beasley Law Library
A vibrant study space for Law School students
The Beasley Law Library is a bright and modern space providing a comfortable and functional learning environment for student research, study or collaboration.
Areas have been equipped to function with technological devices, and the library provides access to a wide range of specialised databases and an impressive collection of law journals and articles.
Named after the first Chair of Law at UWA, Professor Frank Beasley, the library opened in 1967. In 2017 the building was refurbished as part of the Law School’s 90th anniversary celebrations .
The library was designed by architect Gus Ferguson, who received a Royal Australian Institute of Architects Bronze Medal for the building in 1969 and, subsequently, an Australian Institute of Architects 25 Year Award for Enduring Architecture in 2010.
It is open from 8am to 8pm, Monday to Thursday and from 8am to 5pm on Friday during semester. Currently enrolled Law students have 24-hour access to the ground and first floor with their student card.
You can explore this library's layout by opening a PDF of its floor plans [PDF 1.45 MB].
24-hour access for Law students
5 group study rooms
- Library computers with headsets
- Informal study spaces
- Conversation areas
- Training room fully equipped with PCs
- Five bookable group study rooms
- Collaborative study areas
- Silent study areas
- Recharge laptops and devices
- Law print collection
- Library and student IT help
- There are automatic sliding doors at ground level entry.
- Lift access to upper floors and via stairs is available.
- Access to the upper levels of the Law School is via the walkway and is arranged by Library staff.
- 24-hour access to the ground and first floor of the Beasley Law Library is available to students enrolled in law units.
- Accessible toilets are available on ground, lower second floor and second floor.
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