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Landmark move in legal precinct

Landmark move in legal precinct

By Karin Derkley


The 470 Bourke St sale marks historic change for the LIV. After the sale of 470 Bourke Street in March, the Law Institute of Victoria will be moving to new rental premises in the legal precinct. It is the latest chapter in the history of the LIV, whose first home was two rented rooms in New Temple Court off Collins Street. During the 1880s, the LIV was accommodated in the Law Courts, and then in 1918 rented rooms at Collins House, on the corner of Williams and Collins Streets. In 1922, the LIV purchased a three-storey building on the corner of Little Collins and McKillop Streets. Law Institute House, as it is still called, was home from 1922.

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