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Research Topic Guides give the most important and relevant resources to use in your legal research. Topics range from ADR to Torts.
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Legislation and Cases are the documents which contain the written records of the law. These are known as Primary Legal materials.
Extrinsic legal materials are documents, defined within a jurisdiction's Interpretation Act, which can be used in court to interpret the meaning and intent of legislation. These usually consist of Parliamentary debates (Hansard) and Law Reform documents.
Secondary legal materials are those materials which are ABOUT the law. Secondary materials include:
The Law Librarians have pulled the Law News, Events and Resources posts into a blog which can be accessed at http://libguides.murdoch.edu.au/law/news. You can subscribe to the blog as well as search the old posts.
The Law Help Desk is located in the Murdoch University Law Library - South Wing Level 3 of the South Street Campus Library.
It is staffed by senior law students who are there to assist you with your Library Research Tests and with legal research queries.
SCALES - Southern Communities Advocacy Legal and Education Service Inc.
Law Access from Law Society of Western Australia
Sussex St Community Law Service (Victoria Park)