The Tony Angelo Reading Room
The Angelo Reading Room is located in the Sauzier Library of the Supreme Court. The reading room recognizes the significant contributions and ongoing efforts of Professor Anthony H. Angelo QC to the Seychelles legal system. Professor Angelo is an Emeritus Professor of the Faculty of Law at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. In addition to his work in New Zealand, he has been instrumental in the publication of laws for Seychelles’ legal community and public. He has assisted with the production of the Seychelles Law Reports, which were unpublished previous to his leadership, and the collation of the Court of Appeal, Constitutional Court and Supreme Court Judgments. His knowledge of the laws of Seychelles have contributed to the reform of the Seychelles Civil Code to align with the recently adopted Constitution and Charter of Fundamental Rights. To echo a sentiment he expressed in the editorial note in the second edition of the Seychelles Digest, the Angelo Reading Room is an appreciation of the reflection and study worthy of Seychelles Law.
Reserving the Reading Room
The Tony Angelo Reading Room is located inside the Sauzier Law Library. The public has access to an online public access computer and a study table for six.
The reading room may be booked from 8.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. for meetings. You may book for no longer than 3 hours at a time. Please contact the library to make your reservation.
- The Library is open Monday to Friday from 8.00 a.m. until 3.30 p.m.
- The Library is open to the public.
Visiting the Library
- If you would like to visit the Sauzier Law Library, it is situated at the Palais de Justice, Ile du Port.
- When you arrive at the Palais de Justice, please have your I.D. If you are a Seychelles citizen or an international guest, you will have to register at the entrance of the building.