You can be informed about changes to legislation or new judgments by registering (free) with these databases:
Opinions on High is a blog produced by the Melbourne Law School. It provides commentary on and analysis of recent decisions made by Australia’s High Court as well as offering a public forum for discussion on these decisions. An RSS feed is also available.
With the aim of improving access to its hearings for the public, the High Court is now publishing on its website audio-visual recordings of Full Court hearings heard in Canberra.
This podcast from Monash Law School takes you behind the judgments and tells the back story to some of the biggest legal cases that impact on our daily lives you’ve never heard of. An RSS feed is also available.
Foolkit: the free legal toolkit contains information and resources for lawyers in Australia as well as free information and answers for the public. There are pages for law students available as well under the ‘My Career’ tab. You can filter to Western Australia for specific content.
The State Library of NSW offers a ‘Legal Answers’. Although providing information about the law in NSW it will help build your knowledge about the laws of Australia. Members of the public can search or browse areas of law, view an online toolkit, look at legal research guides and link to legal advice groups and professionals.
Load the apps to access and search these databases from your mobile device.