The Acts of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia are published annually and each year’s set consists of several volumes. Each set contains the full text of all acts assented to by the Australian parliament within a given year, as well as tables containing alphabetical and numerical lists of the acts. Each set also contain tables of acts amended or repealed by acts assented to in a given year. HeinOnline's collection includes more than 245,000 pages of Australian acts.
Australian Federal Police Digest covers policing, criminology, law enforcement, law, management, occupational health and safety, and social sciences and is produced by the Australian Federal Police Library, Canberra. It include selected Australian and overseas journals, conference papers and chapters of some books. It covers the period 1991 to present.
The Attorney-General's Information Service - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Subset (AGIS- ATSIS), produced by the AGIS Section of the Lionel Murphy Library, Attorney-General's Department, Canberra, is a subset of the AGIS database. AGIS is a bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from published material on all aspects of law. The AGIS-ATSIS subset contains records that specifically relate to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
AGIS Plus Text covers all aspects of law and is produced by the AGIS Section of the Lionel Murphy Library, Commonwealth Attorney-General's Department in Canberra. It covers the period 1999 to present for FullText and from 1975 to present for Index.
Since the American Revolution, American Indian law has evolved into a complex web of treaties, federal statutes and regulations, federal case law, tribal codes, constitutions, and jurisprudence. This collection contains an expansive selection of titles unique to American Indian law.
This collection includes hundreds of titles related to the background and evolution of the basic rights of animals. It contains philosophical books dating back to the 1800s, to videos, publications, and brochures. With titles from the Animal Legal Defense Fund and Animal Welfare Institute, this collection aims to establish the foundational laws pertaining to animals and follow the evolution of these rights throughout the years.
In recognition of the three-hundred anniversary of the accession of George I, the Ames Foundation announces a new electronic resource: Appeals to the Privy Council from the American Plantations: An Annotated Digital Catalogue. For the first time in centuries, the site makes accessible the important appellate cases that helped to define constitutional law before the creation of the United States Supreme Court.
Asian Law Online is a bibliographic database of Asian law materials. The database is offered to the public as a free service to assist students, scholars and practitioners of Asian legal systems. It is a collection of English language materials on Asian laws available throughout the world and includes books, chapters in books, journal articles and theses. It does not include newspapers, magazines or unpublished articles.
The Australasian Legal Scholarship Library aims to provide a comprehensive search facility for all academic law journals in Australia and New Zealand. Currently, the search facility allows searches over 45 law journals and more journals are being added.
The Australian Law Reform Commission is a federal agency that conducts inquiries into areas of law at the request of the Attorney-General of Australia. It has more than 650 titles and 130,000 pages of material related to Civil Procedure, Discrimination, Intellectual Property, National Security, Traditional Rights, and more. The Commission's Reports fall into different classifications that include, Australian Law Reform Commission Reports, Working Papers, Discussion Papers, Issue Papers, and Reform.
More than 125 titles, 4,800 volumes and 2.3 million pages of coverage featuring complete coverage of: nearly all state Bar Journals, Select publications from the American Bar Association, City Bar Journals.
Bloomsbury Collections offer online access to scholarly books across the humanities and social sciences, including Law. The Hart Publishing collection includes titles covering a range of legal topics, such as European law, criminal law, legal history, contract law, legal philosophy and human rights.
Brill is a publishing house with a rich history and a strong international focus. Brill’s publications focus on the Humanities and Social Sciences, International Law and selected areas in the Sciences.
Cambridge University Press publishes a wide range of research monographs, academic reference, textbooks, books for professionals, and large numbers of books aimed at graduate students. There are thousands of ebooks available across a wide range of disciplines including law, politics, history, language and literature, mathematics and astronomy with hundreds of new titles added each year.
Capital Monitor provides legal news, press releases, ministerial announcements and information services from Parliament, Government and the Courts. Up to date Bills Monitors, Acts Proclamations and Assent sections and lists and links to all Acts during the current year are available for Federal and Victorian jurisdictions.
IntelliConnect is CCH's online platform which delivers full text access to CCH Australia's publications combined with advanced research tools. The publications include loose-leaf services, law reports and books.
CD Asia Online is a database of Philippine laws and jurisprudence. The content is gathered only from official sources and includes the complete text, footnotes and images. It includes Philippine Constitutions, legislative enactments, executive and administrative issuances, issuances of the Supreme Court relating to practice and procedure, international treaties, agreements and conventions from 1900 to the present, and decisions of the Supreme Court of the Philippines from 1901 to the present, with the complete text, separate, concurring and dissenting opinions, footnotes, and available case syllabi and synopses. The Library subscribes to three collections: Laws, Jurisprudence, Department of Justice.
Checkpoint ANZ is an information solution for tax and accounting professionals. The database contains a wide range of both tax and accounting information. It also features simultaneous searches across the ATO legal database, and offers tools such as calculators and templates. Currency statements and history notes are provided for legislation (updated weekly), with ATO federated links refreshed every 24 hours.
Australian Criminology Database (CINCH), produced by the JV Barry Library, Australian Institute of Criminology, is a bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from published and unpublished material on all aspects of crime and criminal justice. It includes all aspects of crime and criminal justice including corrections, crime, crime prevention, criminal law, criminology, juvenile justice, law enforcement, police and victims of crime. It covers the period of 1968 to present.
Australian Criminology Database - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Subset (CINCH-ATSIS), produced by the JV Barry Library, Australian Institute of Criminology, is a subset of the CINCH database. CINCH is a bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from published and unpublished material on all aspects of crime and criminal justice. CINCH-ATSIS includes information on the involvement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the justice system.
Health Issues in Criminal Justice (CINCH-Health), is a subset of CINCH, the Australian Criminology Database. CINCH, produced by the JV Barry Library at the Australian Institute of Criminology, is a bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts items from published and unpublished material on all aspects of crime and criminal justice.
This database contains the legislation of the CIS countries: Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine. There is also a section on the interstate relations of the CIS countries.
This comprehensive collection of climate change and law documents contains original source, non-edited and non-redacted “grey literature” (non-peer reviewed) in English, centred on climate change and the law. It includes materials for any discipline of law in which climate change is addressed, including corporate law, environmental law and human rights law. Materials in the collection originate from a wide range of organisations in the public and private sector, institutions, and/or individuals, worldwide. The collection is edited by the Human Rights Internet (HRI) in Ottawa, Canada and it is updated annually.
The CLJ Legal Network is an independent, fully Malaysian-owned, legal publishing company. The database include cases, articles, practice notes, legislative forms, precedents, sample agreements and legislation.
The [US] Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) is the codification of the general and permanent rules/ regulations (sometimes called administrative law). The executive departments and agencies of the US Federal Government publish in the Federal Register. The Office of the Federal Register is an agency of the National Archives and Records Administration.
Courses at the Hague Academy are published in the Collected Courses, the Academy’s flagship collection. These contributions by prestigious authors deal with the theoretical and practical aspects of the subject, including legislation and case law. This collection contains the first course held in 1923 through to the current year.
Towards Revolution is module 2 of the Colonial America archive. This module focuses on the 1760s and 1770s and the social and political protest that led to the Declaration of Independence, including legal materials covering the aftermath of the Boston Tea Party. It is also particularly rich in material relating to military affairs and Native Americans. It covers part of of the CO 5 series from The National Archives, UK. CO 5 consists of the original correspondence between the British government and the governments of the American colonies, making it a uniquely rich resource for all historians of the period.
The Confidential Print series, issued by the British Government between c. 1820 and 1970. This collection consists of the Confidential Print for Central and South America and the French- and Spanish-speaking Caribbean. Topics covered include slavery and the slave trade, immigration, relations with indigenous peoples, wars and territorial disputes, the fall of the Brazilian monarchy, British business and financial interests, industrial development, the building of the Panama Canal, and the rise to power of populist rulers such as Perón in Argentina and Vargas in Brazil.
This work aims to provide a user-friendly publication that offers guidance on entering the ever developing market. Annual updates will keep readers current on the every-changing laws and regulations of the Chinese marketplace.
Criminal Justice Abstracts, formerly produced by Sage Publications, includes bibliographic records covering essential areas related to criminal justice and criminology. The increasing globalization of criminology is reflected in Criminal Justice Abstracts' coverage of hundreds of journals from around the world.
The Dispute Settlement Commetary (DSC) service is a comprehensive legal research tool for WTO dispute settlement. Features include summary and analysis of all reports or arbitrations; up-to-date keyword index; and a database of dispute settlement statistics.
Contains the entire Federal Cases 30 book series (1894-1897) which contains more than 20,000 cases. Also included is the Trinity Series, which includes American Decisions (15,800 cases decided by various state courts from 1760 to 1869), American Reports (9,300 cases decided by various state courts from 1870-1887), and American State Reports (20,500 cases decided by the state courts from 1888 to 1911), Mining reports (1883-1906), Abbott's national digest: a digest of the reports of the United States Courts (1884-1889), American leading cases: being select decisions of American courts, in several Departments of Law; with especial reference to mercantile law (3d ed., enl.) (1852)
Edward Elgar Publishing is a leading international publisher of academic books and journals in economics, finance, business and management, law, environment, public and social policy. The Library has access to selected collections of online books.
19th Century Masterfile was launched in 1999 as "Poole's Plus," but has now grown to include over seventy contemporary indexes to English-language publishing prior to 1930. This combination of indexes covers periodicals, newspapers, books, patents, image archives, US and UK government documents, and more. It offers 'omni-disciplinary' coverage of materials in the humanities and social sciences, engineering, history of science, law, economics, religion, psychology, visual arts, music, and the physical sciences. In January 2020 the resource changed its name to "Eight Centuries". The new name reflects the ever-widening scope of the product: 8C contains material dating from the 12th to 20th centuries.
The English Reports online edition contains exact page-images of the original bound reprint edition (containing more than 100,000 cases), together with the Indexes and Book of Charts to complete the collection. In addition, multiple navigation tools, such as a Case Locator, Chart Tool, and an Advanced Search feature enhance the ease of access to specific cases.
The ECMI conducts practice-oriented research, provides information and documentation, and offers advisory services concerning minority-majority relations in Europe. This library contains several publications of the ECMI, including ECMI Reports and Working Papers.
The Informit Families & Society Collection covers a range of subjects within a social context related to family and community, social services and public welfare, family law, and culture and institutions. This full text Collection replaces Family & Society Plus, which ceased 31st December 2010. It covers the period from 1976 to present for both full text publicatons and index.
The Federal Register is the official journal of the federal government of the United States that contains government agency rules, proposed rules, and public notices. It is published every weekday, except on federal holidays. This collection contains the Federal Register from its inception in 1936, the Code of Federal Regulations, the Administrative Procedure Act, Code of Emergency Federal Regulations, the U.S. Government Manual and the Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents.
The Foreign and International Law Resources Database (FILRD) allows researchers to browse online through a collection of international law publications. Covers publications from the American Society of International Law, International Human Rights Law Institute (IHRLI), yearbooks from around the world, the Hague Permanent Court of International Justice series and highly-respected publishers' publications. It also includes U.S. Law Digests, International tribunals and judicial decisions and more.
LegalTrac provides indexing for major law reviews, legal newspapers, bar association journals and international legal journals. Each title included in LegalTrac is selected on the basis of criteria provided by a special advisory committee of the American Association of Law Libraries. LegalTrac also contains law-related articles from business and general interest titles.
GTDT provides first-step legal analysis of the legal frameworks in over 80 practice areas with analysis on more than 150 jurisdictions. Easily find a comprehensive overview of the laws in all major practice areas and economies with user-friendly tools to quickly compare, present and share information.
The collection includes access to the reprint of The Harvard Research in International Law as well as Contemporary Analysis and Appraisal. The Harvard Research in International Law was originally published in the American Journal of International Law between 1929 and 1939. The Harvard Research was the brainchild of Manley O. Hudson, the Bemis Professor of International Law at Harvard Law School, and the first chairman of the International Law Commission (1949-53). The various advisory boards that were assembled wrote draft conventions on several topics over a 10-year period.
HeinOnline is Hein’s premier online research product with millions of pages of legal history available in an online, fully-searchable, image-based format. The collection features legal classics from the 16th to the 20th centuries in addition to its vast collection of current day law journals. Each collection can be searched separately, or cross-searched from the HeinOnline homepage.
This fully-searchable, easy-to-use resource is packed with information on capital punishment and includes both a PDF and a database version of the Wanger bibliographic index, with access to full text out-of-copyright works indexed in Wanger’s collection. Other death penalty-related publications include trials, books, and periodicals, as well as relevant scholarly articles, an additional bibliography, and external links to further the researcher’s exploration of this topic.