This guide is intended for students and researchers studying the law and legal system of Australia at the University of Oxford, although students and researchers from any field may find it useful.
Use this guide to find out about sources and commentary for Australian law, including ebooks, ejournals, and databases.
Navigate through this guide by clicking on the pertinent tab you can see above this box (below the main title of this guide).
Other LawBod guides (see links below) may also be useful for your studies:
There are some excellent Australian law sites on the free web such as the following:
The current collection of monographs examining Australian law are included in the subject arrangement of commentary on Level 2, in the shelf mark range K - KN. For more information, see the page Law books in this guide.
Printed works which discuss more than one jurisdiction (comparative studies or surveys of law) are in a separate section of the Law Bod with shelf marks startingAll these collections are also on Level 2.
The print collection of Australian Law Reports, and Australian Law Journals 2000 to date are on Level 1. Earlier issues of Australian journals are on the Ground Floor. All these forms have shelf marks starting . Cw indicating membership of the Commonwealth of Nations, (For more information about the latter see Commonwealth Secretariat website.)
There are some law reports specific to individual states and territories. These have shelf marks which include abbreviations of the state names eg. Cw Austral NSW 100 for New South Wales Law Reports.
SOLO is the online Union catalogue to discover Law Bod's collections: