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New Zealand law quick start

The Bodleian Law Library's collection of printed materials on New Zealand law (legislation, cases, journals and texts) has shelf marks starting  Cw New Z. (Cw indicates membership of The Commonwealth.)

Holders of an Oxford Single Sign On can also use the following electronic databases; at the end of the list are reliable, freely available sources for NZ law which are available for anyone with internet access.

  • Lexis┬«Library  
    OU members only. If you know the name of the NZ report series or journal you need, type its full name in the Find a source box on the initial Lexis search page.
    To find out which NZ resources Lexis offers click the Sources tab on the home page - Change country to New Zealand & click on any hyperlinked letter of the alphabet. Includes law reports, The Laws of NZ and Butterworths Current NZ law.
  • Westlaw UK
    OU members only. From home page click on Services (in the blue band top right of home page), then Westlaw International. Gives full text access to some NZ law journals.
  • HeinOnline  
    OU members only. Has NZ elements in International & Non-US Law Journals Library and Constitutions of the World Illustrated.
  • New Zealand Legislation
    Free resource. Searchable database of acts, bills and regulations. Dates of consolidation clearly given, and links to historic versions.
  • New Zealand Legal Information Institute
    Free resource. Case law

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