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Getting started

This guide takes you to key eresources, books, information, legislation, court cases and media reports from newspapers and legal journals relevant for Shelter: HSC Legal Studies. You will need to sign up for a Library card to use many of the resources.

We will not be adding new content to this Research Guide after 30 June 2014 due to changes to the LIAC Service.

We've added icons next to each resource so you know where you can use them.

In the Library, or anywhere with a Library card icon In the Library, or anywhere if you are a NSW resident with a Library card
Only in the Library icon Only in the Library
Publicly available icon Publicly available - you don't need a Library card
 

Legal information at the Library

This guide has been developed by staff of the Legal Information Access Centre (LIAC), State Library of NSW. The State Library holds an extensive collection of case law, legislation and looseleaf publications.

LIAC provides quality legal information to NSW communities through the public library network, the dedicated Find Legal Answers website and by working collaboratively with key agencies.

 

 

Photograph from Acknowledged: Sydney's Homeless.  Exhibition at State Library of NSW 29 July - 6 October 2013

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Key tips

  • You will need to use the tabs across the top of the guide to find key information
  • To make the best use of this guide, sign up with the State Library of NSW so that you have access to full text newspaper, magazine and law journal articles from home
  • Read our News Watch blog. You can set up a RSS feed on particular topics eg law reform.
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