supreme-courtThis August the UKSC is hosting an exhibition charting 100 years of the Middlesex Guildhall, the building which now houses the Supreme Court. The Guildhall was built in 1913 on the south-west corner of Parliament Square, on a site used as a market until the early 19th century. It originally served as home for Quarter Sessions courts and Middlesex County Council. The exhibition charts the history of the site over almost 1,000 years, during which time it has always been connected with the administration of justice and local democracy.

The exhibition is now open to the public from 9.30am until 4.30pm on weekdays until the end of September, when Supreme Court sittings resume after the summer recess. Admission is free.