Our events and services during the development phase

The temporary Library will be on the fifth floor of 10 Fetter Lane and will open in mid-May (exact date still to be confirmed). 10 Fetter Lane is just a couple of minutes’ walk from the Inner Temple. The current Library will close from 2pm on Thursday 18 April The temporary library will continue to provide a full range of services to users. These include provision of textbooks (current and old editions), journals, law reports and the Commonwealth collection; access to subscription databases, including Lexis Library and Westlaw; a document supply service; legal research training and web services. Opening hours will remain the same – 9am to 8pm Monday to Thursday and 9am to 7pm on Friday.
  • 1 Mitre Court –Treasury Office, Treasurer’s Office, Sub-Treasurer’s Office, Porter’s Office and IT Department;
  • 3(S) King’s Bench Walk – meeting rooms, Student Society accommodation and residual Catering office
  • 2 King’s Bench Walk – Education & Training Department 
  • 6 King’s Bench Walk – Collector’s and Surveyor’s Departments 
The Car Park will still be available, though there will be a slight reduction in spaces. From 23 April, daily parking permits can be booked through the website innertemple.org.uk/parking (or in person through the Treasury Office).
  • The Inn will continue to deliver its entire Education and Training programme, in nearby locations such as King’s College and the Law Society
  • Of course, the Inn is much more than the Treasury Building; it is about being a family of members (students, practitioners, judges and others), residents, tenants and staff. While physical locations may be different during Project Pegasus, the Inner Temple’s ethos and communal spirit will remain the same.
  • The Education & Training Department is located at 2 King’s Bench Walk on the 1st Floor.
  • The Inn’s full diary of collegiate and other professional events will be taking place in a selection of prestigious nearby venues or on circuit.
  • The Big Picnic (7 July), Garden Party (11 July) and Trinity Call Night reception (25 July) will be held in a marquee in the Inner Temple Garden.
  • Of course, the Inn is much more than the Treasury Building; it is about being a family of members (students, practitioners, judges and others), residents, tenants and staff. While physical locations may be different during Project Pegasus, the Inner Temple’s ethos and communal spirit will remain the same.
The Inner Temple Gardens are hosting a number of open days throughout the summer. We will once more be taking part in the Chelsea Fringe festival on Sunday 19 May with a family day entitled ‘A Day of Tree Adventures and Magical Fairy-tales’, which includes tree climbing; a performance of Hansel and Gretel; music, arts and activities. The Inn will also participate in the Open Garden Squares Weekend on Sunday 9 June, when there will be Croquet and Cocktails on the lawn. On the last official day of the summer, Sunday 22 September, the Gardens will open to raise funds for the British Red Cross, with the opportunity to enjoy the late season borders and delicious homemade cakes. Please put these dates in your diaries and we hope to see you there. Those members who do not currently have a key fob to access the Garden outside of the public opening hours can approach the Treasury Office to apply for one.
The last lunch in Hall until 2021 was on 18 April 2019. During the intervening period, members will be able to exercise their reciprocal rights to lunch at the other Inns’ Halls. The other three Inns have all now kindly agreed that Inner Temple Benchers will be able to lunch at their High Tables. Daily menus for Lincoln’s Inn, Gray’s Inn and Middle Temple will posted on the Inn’s website. The Pegasus Bar is now closed until 2021