Faculty of Business and Law

Legal Resources

Research Databases: Subject-Specific

They are subscription services available to Deakin law staff and students and anybody else holding a subscription.


Australian Federal Police Digest (AFPD)

CCH Australia

  • Australian and NewZealand Insurance Reporter
  • Australian Business Advisers Guide
  • Australian Consumer Credit Law Reporter
  • Australian Contract Law
  • Victorian Conveyancing Law and Practice
  • Australian Corporations and Securities Law Reporter
  • Australian Corporations Court Rules
  • Australian Customs Law and Practice
  • Australian De Facto Relationships Law
  • Australian Employment Legislation
  • Australian Family Law and Practice
  • Australian Federal Tax Reporter
  • Australian Fringe Benefits Tax Guide for Employers
  • Australian Income Tax Bills
  • Australian International Tax Agreements
  • Australian Payroll Tax Manual
  • Australian Labour Law Reporter
  • Australian Sales and Fair Trading Law Reporter
  • Australian Securities Commission Releases
  • Austrlaian Sports Law
  • Australian Superannuation Law and Practice
  • Australian Trade Practices Law Reporter
  • Research Manual of Industrial Law

CINCH

  • Australian Criminology Database

LawBookCo
Includes

  • Expert Evidence (Ian Freckelton and Hugh Selby)
  • Miller's Annotated Trade Practices Act


LexisNexis AU
Includes:

  • Australian Administrative Law Service (including the authorized reports of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal)
  • Australian Corporations Practice
  • Bourke's Criminal Law Victoria (Nash)
  • Carter on Contract
  • Civil Procedure in Victoria (Williams)
  • Cross on Evidence
  • Ford's Principles of Corporations Law
  • Patents, Trade Marks and Related Rights
  • Practice and Procedure - High Court and Federal Courts
  • Springvale Legal Service's lawyers practice manual (Victoria)
  • Victorian courts (Nash)

Taxpoint
Contains full text tax legislation as well as tax rulings and determinations and explanatory memoranda.

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7th June 2013