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An extensive collection of print and online resources is available to support the information and practice needs of legal practitioners. Publisher restrictions prevent member access to most online resources from outside the library, but LIV librarians are able to supply up to five documents (such as journal articles, case law, commentary, and forms & precedents) to LIV members without charge. In order comply with copyright obligations, requests for document delivery services must be made via our online request form.

Resources Externally Accessible by LIV Members

These resources are accessible to members from outside the LIV Library. You will need to enter your LIV member number and  password in order to gain access to them.

AGIS - Attorney General's Information Service
An index of articles produced by the Lionel Murphy Library, Commonwealth Attorney General's Department, Canberra, AGIS covering all aspects of law.  Access to the full text of an article may be requested via the library online request form.

APAIS - Australian Public Affairs Information Service
Produced by the National Library of Australia, APAIS is a bibliographic database that indexes articles from published material on the social sciences and humanities from 1978 onwards. Access to the full text of an article may be requested via the library online request form.

HeinOnline
HeinOnline is the world’s largest image-based legal research collection and contains more than 9 centuries of legal history covering more than 1600 law and law-related periodicals (mostly international). Articles are accessible as full-text PDF documents. LIV members can also access the full reprint of the English Reports (1220 - 1867).

 

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