Queensland Law Society members can apply for Brisbane Law Courts Complex access cards. Initiated by the Society and the Bar Association of Queensland, and endorsed by the Supreme and District Courts, the court access card saves you time providing quick, hassle-free access to the complex without the need to be screened by security.
Protective Services is no longer taking pre-bookings for photographic sessions for the Court ID Cards. They have returned to the normal “walk in” method for photographic sessions.
Photographic sessions are held each week from Monday to Thursday from 8am to 10am. There is no requirement to pre-book into a photographic session.
When attending a photographic session, applicants are required to bring the barcode form issued from the relevant Authorising Officer and photographic identification.
Applicants cannot attend a photographic session if unwell in any way. Please do not come in if you have a fever, or even a minor symptom of respiratory illness (cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, runny nose or nasal congestion).
Brisbane Law Courts Complex access cards are only available for full or honorary members of the Queensland Law Society (QLS).
If you’re an eligible individual practitioner:
- Complete a Court ID request form
- The records team will contact you to process payment for the card
- You will receive an email confirming the application has been processed and when you can attend Protective Services, a barcode will also be included in the email. Please note: barcode will expire after 3 months.
- You attend Protective Services, Level 6 Makerston House, 30 Makerston Street, Brisbane to have your photo taken between the hours of 8am and 10am, Monday to Thursday.
You must take:
- Your printed barcode with you, and
- A driver's licence or passport to verify your identity.
Court ID card will be ready for applicant to take away shortly after their photo is taken.