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New Legal Research eLearning
Develop your legal research skills through the Law Library of Victoria's new Legal Research eLearning, available exclusively to registered users of the Law Library website. There are two eLearning units that focus on crucial areas of research, Legislation and Case Law. Each unit contains:
•Practical guidance on different research topics
•Tips on search techniques to find more relevant results faster
•Demonstration of key legal resources including hidden gems
Each unit is worth 1 CPD point, and together the units cover a wide range of competencies. The units are self-paced, complete them when and where it suits you! To get started make sure you are registered and logged in to the website.
View the Events page to book in for upcoming online sessions featuring the new Legal Research eLearning.
High quality, useful legal resources for those working remotely
All members of Victorian Courts and Tribunals have remote access to extensive digital material and support available to access print collections. Please contact your jurisdictional librarian, or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone 8600 2009 for assistance.
All Barristers with a Victorian Practising Certificate have temporary access to substantial digital material, including the Commonwealth Law Reports and English Reports. Email email@example.com for assistance.
All Victorian practitioners have access to certain licensed publications. If you haven’t already registered, request access by completing this form, otherwise login and explore the A-Z list or Subject guides.
The Law Library acknowledges the generosity of publishers who have extended access to a great range of material to assist Victorian judges and practitioners administer justice during COVID-19 restrictions.