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Maughan Library

As a member, you are welcome to use the Maughan Library.

Since mid-2008,
 our Information and Resource Centre has been housed within the Maughan Library & Information Services Centre at King's College London.

Browse the library catalogue online 

How to arrange your visit

If possible, please email 

in advance with your:
  • Name
  • Membership number
  • Date and time of proposed visit

We will prepare a card, which will grant you reference access to the library’s substantial holdings. Just pop in to our office at 12 Bloomsbury Square, Holborn before you visit the library.

If you have not sent us the information in advance, you may have to wait for your card to be processed.

Where is the Maughan Library?

The Maughan Library is conveniently located 10 minutes walk from our office, on Chancery Lane. Its location is indicated by position 'C' on the map below.

The easiest route from Bloomsbury Square is to walk along High Holborn, turning right into Chancery Lane. The Maughan is on your left after a 5 minute walk, directly opposite the Law Society at 113 Chancery Lane.

Map of Kings College Strand Campus

KLRCA Library and Resource Centre

The Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration (KLRCA) has a resource centre that currently houses over 450 textbooks, various arbitration journals and key local law reports.

At the moment, the Resource Centre carries the latest titles from key authorities on arbitration such as Redfern and Hunter, Russell, Peter Binder, Keating, Geoff Bayley and many more.

Aside from arbitration, the Resource Centre is also a repository for publications on other types of Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods (ADR). New titles are being added regularly.

Users of KLRCA’s Resource Centre will also be able to find the latest local judgements and rulings as reported in the Common Law Journal and Malaysian Law Journal. More recently, the centre has upgraded its content to also include key construction law authorities i.e. full sets of the Building Law Report, International Construction Law Review and Construction Industry Law Letter.

As it is KLRCA’s vision to rise to become a hub for international arbitration, the Resource Centre is also currently increasing its inventory on publications by international arbitral bodies such as the ICCA, ICC and UNCITRAL.

Presently, the Resource Centre is able to provide a collection of ICC Arbitral Awards from 1974-2007.

Users and visitors of the Resource Centre will also be able to enjoy access to cutting edge online databases such as LexisNexis, Westlaw, Kluwer Arbitration and Global Arbitration Review.

Printing and photocopying services are also available.

The KLRCA Resource Centre is open from Monday to Friday, 9.00 am till 5.00 pm.