Summer Session 2016/17 lec > library > legal databases and search engines
LEGAL DATABASES AND SEARCH ENGINES
UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY LAW LIBRARY DATABASES
 

Law Library Databases

LPAB students have access to many of the University of Sydney's online subcription databases through the University of Sydney Library website. That website contains information about how to get remote access to its online resources.

AUSTRALIAN LEGAL INDEXES AND SEARCH ENGINES

AustLII - The most comprehensive free access database site of Australian Law on the Web, including all current legislation and recent court decisions from the Commonwealth and all States and Territories
WebLaw - an extensive Australian legal research resource
Law and Justice Foundation of NSW
Findlaw Australia
National Library of Australia

AUSTRALIAN LEGISLATION DATABASES
 

ComLaw

Australian Capital Territory
New South Wales
Northern Territory
Queensland
South Australia
Tasmania
Victoria
Western Australia

UK, US AND OTHER WORLD LAW SITES
 

BAILII - British & Irish Legal Information Institute, UK law site - affiliated with AustLII
HM Courts and Tribunals Service
UK House of Lords - selected, since 1996
law.com - large, US-based site
World Wide Legal Information Alliance
University Law Review Project - an international project with links to AustLII, FindLaw and JURIST
FindLaw: Internet Legal Resources

 

 


 

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