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 Each set also contain tables of acts amended or repealed by acts assented to in a given year.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.
Acumen Practice Notes is an online resource of architectural practice material, providing an extensive database of advisory notes on managing architectural practice and projects in Australia. The practice notes are continuously updated with new and revised notes, and include downloadable resources such as the ABIC reference contracts (as applicable to all states and territories), digital versions of the Institute's Client Architect Agreement and the Client Architect Agreement for Limited Services, Guide letters and Client information notes. The 'Environment' section incorporates the Institute’s Environment Design Guide (EDG), comprising over 175 peer-reviewed design notes on built-environment sustainability. New and updated Environment notes are available exclusively on the Acumen Practice Notes platform.
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.
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.
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.
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.