Special Exhibition 2016

Where Modern Justice Lives

Where Modern Justice Lives

Mondays to Fridays until 16 December 2016
0930 to 1630
Exhibition area, Lower Ground Floor
Free admission

Where Modern Justice Lives

The Supreme Court is hosting a special exhibition dedicated to modern Supreme Court buildings from around the world.

"Where Modern Justice lives" includes contemporary architectural designs, photos and models from countries ranging from South Africa, the Netherlands and Albania. The exhibition also highlights how collaborations between senior judges, architects, interior designers have influenced the way in which international and architectural practices have developed throughout the 20th and 21st century.

Where Modern Justice Lives

Additionally, the exhibition will also aim to demonstrate the role in which court buildings have had in supporting public confidence both in democracy and through the rule of law.

The display is the second of in a series of special exhibitions curated by The Supreme Court Arts Trust, an independent charity founded in 2015, whose primary purpose is to promote an understanding of legal institutions through the use of art exhibitions and education projects.

The exhibition is open from 0930 to 1630, Mondays to Fridays and runs until 16 December 2016.

Admission is free.