New South Wales
What can you access online?
NSW Caselaw publishes decisions of New South Wales Courts and Tribunals administered by the Department of Attorney General and Justice.
Courts and Tribunal Services supports 9 courts and four tribunals. Provides information about the Courts, alternative dispute resolution and Court services for the public and legal professionals. Provides access to judgements and decisions.
Find Legal Answers is a free legal information service for the community in New South Wales.
This service is available online and in public libraries across the state and is co-ordinated by staff of the Legal Information Access Centre (LIAC), a specialist information service of the State Library of NSW.
A free government service providing a single point of access to legal and related assistance services in New South Wales.
Provides access to LawAssist, a guide to law and procedure in NSW, including information if you are representing yourself.
Hosted by the Department of Attorney General and Justice, Lawlink is the online portal to law and justice agencies and services in NSW. It provides links to more than 40 agencies, as well as courts and tribunals and legal information and resources for the community.
The NSW Law Reform Commission is an independent statutory body. They review the law in NSW, and makes recommendations for change to the Attorney General. Full text for publications is provided back to 1966.
The official NSW Government website for online publication of legislation, hosted by the Parliamentary Counsel's Office. Contains Acts (as made from 1824), regulations, planning instruments and other statutory instruments (as made from 1990), and Bills and their explanatory notes. Legislation on this website is generally authorised.
Access the full text of bills from 1999, Hansard, transcripts of committee hearings, reports and information about committee inquiries, information on members and parliament and research papers prepared by the NSW Parliamentary Research Service on legislation before Parliament and major issues.