New South Wales
What can you access in print?
Locate the material you need through the GovPubs list, and click on the link which shows the item and date you need.
Select NLA to find the "Amicus number" to use in the National Library Catalogue search. You can then request the item.
Please note that GovPubs is no longer being maintained and updated. It is still a useful guide to printed publications and includes tips on where to find items in State Libraries and the National Library.
To search for law works with the subject of New South Wales, select the Browse alphabetically tab, then subjects: Law -- New South Wales
What can you access online?
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.
Legislation (Parliamentary Counsel's Office) - Full text NSW acts and subordinate legislation.
New South Wales Courts and Tribulan Service - provides administrative and corporate support to 14 state courts and tribunals.
NSW Law Reform Commission - Full text publications.
Parliament of New South Wales - Full text bills, speeches, committee reports, biographical information, Hansard etc.