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Opposing Viewpoints

A dynamic online library of current event topics: the facts from both sides of the argument.

ECHO: Contemporary Issues in News & Media. Go to RHS and click on <Subscribers>; Choose (1) Newspaper Index (search selective index usiing key search terms for items from The Australian, The Age and the Herald-Sun); (2) Media issues/Outlines (major issues highlighted annually) &(3) News & Information Links (Links to major newspapers around the world).

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    There are many advantages of using Google <Advanced Search>. One is the variety of quality academic papers available through this search window. Use key terms to narrow your search.


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      Legal Studies- Main Page

      See key terms used in Legal Studies.

      Radio National program - The Law Report. Day to day journalism including topics such as, law reform, legal education, test cases, miscarriages of justice and legal culture.

      Information on Australia's legal system with access to justice; legal aid; contract and administrative law plus native title, dispute resolution and the courts.

      The most complete and up-to-date collection of Commonwealth legislation. [Includes sections of Commonwealth Government Notices Gazette ex 01/10/12].

      National research and knowledge centre on crime and justice, promoting justice and a reduction in crime by producing evidence-based research to inform policy and practice.

      Links to current reprints of Acts and their subordinate legislation with further links to historical versions of the reprint; links to Acts as originally enacted by Parliament for each year, to Subordinate legislation and to Bills.

      Information from Qld Supreme Court and District Courts. Includes fact sheets, transcripts, daily law lists and schedules and links to the Supreme Court library.

      Case law from the Supreme Court Library.

      Research publications (briefs) prepared for Members of the Queensland Parliament, for use by parliamentary committees, in parliamentary debates etc. Information on legislation, case law or legal policy issues does not constitute legal advice.

      Provides up to date commentary and analysis of a range of financial and economic data at national and state level (Q).

      Up to date with the latest decisions of Australian/International Courts and Tribunals plus Australian Legislation.

      Contains useful news articles.



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        QUT Legal Research Guide

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        [Please note: Some resources will be restricted to QUT students only.


          BCRC Books

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          Cambridge Legal Studies for Queensland Book 2 - Anthony Dosen; Leon Harris; Rebecca Brock; Johanna Field; Dianne Imarisio; Don Smith
          Call Number: 349.943 CAM
          Publication Date: 2007


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