The Brant Law Library is funded through library levies paid to the Law Society of Ontario and provides services to members of the Brant Law Association, articling students and lawyer licensees in good standing with the Law Society of Ontario. 


The library is located on the third floor of the courthouse and is divided by 4 rooms housing the collection, workstations, and worktables. Robing rooms are situated on the 2nd floor.

Hours of Operation

The library is staffed Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

After Hour Access(including evening, weekends and holidays)

After hour access is available to paid up members of the Brant Law Association. Please see staff to obtain an after hour access fob. 

The Print Collection

The collection is listed in the online catalogue, AdvoCAT, which can be accessed through the icon on the desktop of each workstation in the library, or by choosing Online Catalogue on the BLA website. New books are displayed in the rear area of the library.

       Law Reports
       Small print collection of historial British & Canadian federal, provincial and subject reports.

Approximately 1,400 Canadian Titles, including looseleaf services from all major Canadian publishers.
Print collection of historical federal and provincial statutes.
Forms, precedents and dictionaries.
Criminal Codes and Rules of Civil Procedure.

Electronic Resources

The computers in the library are equipped with access to LexisNexis Quicklaw, including three practice areas (Criminal Practice, Family Practice and Litigation Practice), Halbury's Law of Canada, Canadian Forms & Precedents, Solicitor Forms & Precedents, Carlson Personal Injury, The Canada Digest, Wrongful Dismissal Notice Searcher, and Williston and Rolls Court Forms.
The BLA also subscribes to DivorceMate, and O'Brien's Encyclopedia of Forms


Members of the Brant Law Association are entitled to sign out print materials from the print collection for a 2 week loan period. In order to reduce loss of material and to ensure availability for all members, library users must sign out all materials and return them promptly. Circulation cards are provided in the back of most books. If a card in not available please advise the library staff. All material is subject to immediate recall when required.

Document Delivery (Inter-Library Loans)

LibraryCo has established a free document delivery service between the County & District Law Libraries. This service allows us to borrow most materials from the libraries listed on the online catalogue. Participating libraries will either make copies of the section required or lend the text to us for your review. Generally, loan periods range from 3 - 14 days depending on the currency of the material. LibraryCo covers the cost of the courier to acquire these items.

Services Available

  • Research and reference services are offered at no cost to members.
  • Self service photocopier/printer available at no charge to members and for a 25 cent per page charge for non members.
  • Facsimile 
  • WiFi
  • Paper Shredder
  • Screen
  • Binding Machine
  • Training is provided for all of the electronic resources. Training sessions can be booked through the library. 
  • Three computers.