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COVID-19 has had many impacts across our community and within legal practice. The Library works closely with a large number of legal publishers, and many of those publishers have offered digital access to existing services to make it easier for all who are rapidly adapting to new ways of working, including being able to access library resources from home. These offers are without additional cost, and are for a limited period only.
During COVID-19 restrictions, the Law Library of Victoria is a fully digital service. You can search for COVID-19 judgments via the Law Library of Victoria catalogue and Law Library of Victoria website.
The Judicial College of Victoria has created a resource which tracks the developing impact of the pandemic on the common law and the application of general principles. View online at https://www.judicialcollege.vic.edu.au/news/coronavirus-jurisprudence-0. Also on this website is a link to Coronavirus cases, which provides further information about cases impacted by COVID-19.
The coronavirus pandemic is having a substantial impact on courts all around Australia. The Judicial College of Victoria has created a resource to help courts, and court users, understand the different practices that have been put in place across the jurisdictions. View online at https://www.judicialcollege.vic.edu.au/news/coronavirus-and-courts.