Other legal history research collections in Victoria
Below is a list of other legal history research collections in Victoria.
State Library of Victoria
The largest publicly accessible collection of Victorian and Australian government and law publications in Victoria. This includes legislation and law reports from Victoria and Australia, plain-language resources, reference materials and works that popularise aspects of the law such as descriptions of famous trials, biographies and histories.
Public Record Office Victoria
The Public Record Office holds a vast array of records created by Victorian Government departments and authorities including the State’s courts, local councils, schools, public hospitals and other public offices. Records date from the establishment of the Port Phillip District in the mid-1830s right through to today.
Royal Historical Society of Victoria
One of Australia’s most significant historical collections focusing on the Victorian experience in Australian history. Access by appointment.
Law Institute of Victoria
Available to Law Institute members, legal professionals and the community. The LIV archives can be used to locate legal records or documents from legal practices and solicitors that are no longer operating.