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
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

  • 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 […]
  • Flinders University currently has trial access to eBooks from Edward Elgar Publishing. 498 titles are available to try out, with 41 law titles, covering: International environmental law Corporate law Intellectual property European Union law For on campus only access, click here.Trial ends 27th September 2013. Please contact Heidi Savilla (heidi.savilla@flinders.edu.au) with any feedback about this […]
  • South Australian legal history researchers rejoice! AustLII has boosted South Australian content on the Colonial Legal History Library, providing online access to scanned volumes of the early South Australian Law Reports (1865-1920) and South Australian State Reports (1921-1950). This complements the South Australian Numbered Acts (1837-1900), the digital files of which were donated to AustLII […]
  • Westlaw AU is undergoing a progressive upgrade during 2013. The newest update includes improved search help. From OnlineInsider: In response to customer feedback a Help on Searching pop up has been added to the site to make locating Help on Terms and Connectors and other advanced searching tips easier. The information is retained in the […]
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