Legal studies links:
The Australian Legal Information Institute is a joint facility of the University of Technology, Sydney and the University of New South Wales, Faculties of Law. The site provides access to Australian law resources, legal professions, and services. Included is information about Commonwealth and State legislation and case law from various courts and tribunals.
The The High Court of Australia is the highest court in the Australian judicial system, establised in 1901 by section 71 of the Consitution. A range of legal documents, case summaries and transcripts, sitting calendar, and speeches can be accessed from the site. Also available is a virtual tour of the court.
The Leo Cussen Institute provides continuing legal education for legal practitioners in Victoria and is the principal provider of legal education and professional development programs in Victoria.
The Legal Information Standards Council is a coalition of commercial, non-profit and government legal publishing interests. It has been set up to act as a communication forum for organisations publishing and dealing with primary and secondary legal information. Some of the resources found on the site include: best practice guidelines for legal web sites, guidelines for email information and advice, accessibility standards for online publishing, legal metadata standards, and more.
The Window on the Law, Attorney-General's Department site is the Australian Government entry point to all Australian Government legal resources. It provides access to information about the Australia legal system and the government organisations that are part of the Australian legal system. You will also find an overview of the Australian legal system, all Australian Commonwealth legislation, most current Commonwealth court and tribunal decisions, some Australian State and Territory legislation and case law and more.