Flinders University Law Library

The Law Library is the link to all the legal resources needed to successfully study law and legal studies at Flinders University.

Close to 100,000 volumes are supplemented by an extensive online collection, providing an excellent teaching and learning resource.

The Law Library is also a great place to study, with a magificent reading room for quiet study and a vibrant student hub with group study areas, computers, printers, quick research guides, and more.

 

Law resources 
Find quick links to and learn about major law resources, including the AGLC, abbreviation indexes, legal dictionaries, legal encyclopaedias, commentary services, books, journals, and more.
Case law
Search for, locate and note-up case law.
Includes Find that Case@Flinders.
Legislation
Quick links to legislation online, with tips for searching for legislation
Databases
For law, legal studies and criminal justice 
Subject resources - Search Smart Guides
Find resources relevant to law, legal studies and criminal justice topics
Research help - quick guides to legal research
More detailed information about legal research can be found on the 'Becoming a Professional' topic on FLO (only available to students enrolled in LLAW topics).
 

News and Events from the Law Library

  • You can now find these law report series online Australian Criminal Reports Industrial Reports Local Government and Environmental Reports of Australia Use Find that Case@Flinders to access these judgments, or go straight to Westlaw AU.  
  • Law Readings have moved! You can now find all your set texts and readers at the Central Readings Collection on Level 1 of the Library. The benefits: You can more easily borrow books/readers after 5pm If you want to study on Level 1 or 2, you don’t have to trek up to Level 3 to […]
  • Flinders University currently has trial access to Bloombury Collections, a suite on online scholarly books spanning the humanities and social sciences. Close to 1,000 law titles are included, covering all areas of law (including legal education and the legal profession), criminal justice, and socio-legal studies. Most are Hart publications. Click here for trial access to […]
  • Garima Dewan from LexisNexis will be visiting Flinders University Law School to give some inside info on making the most of LexisNexis AU. Learn techniques and tips that will help to reduce the amount of time taken carrying out legal research by making it more focused and effective. It is ideal for all current and […]
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