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Foundations of Law

For students enrolled in Foundations of Australian Law LAW101

Quick Links to Legal Research Apps

  • AustLII
  • Australian Constitution
  • Constitution of Australia
  • Fastcase
  • Hein Online
  • LexisNexis Red
  • Australian Law Students' Association

Information on this page should be used as a guide only.  Please be aware that in some cases this page may not reflect the most current update of each App.

ALSA - Australian Law Students' Association

Find the latest news and information about the Australian Law Students' Association.

Law Apps

AUSTLII

AustLII gives you free online access to Australian legislation, cases from over 140 courts, tribunals and boards using your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch wherever you are. AustLII for iOS resizes content from the AustLII website to fit the exact dimensions of our device's screen, resulting in an optimised reading experience. The App has the added feature to emailing your search results to others.

Australian Constitution

Click on the flag to download the Australian Constitution via Google Play. (free)

Constitution

This free app contains the full text of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act (The Constitution), as well as hundreds of links to case law references on the AustLII website.  Features of the app  include full text search, keyword highlighting and email. 

This app is a highly useful and educationally rich companion guide to the study of Australian Constitutional Law.

                     

Fastcase

Fastcase is a free legal research application providing access to American Law. Fastcase contains cases and statutes from all 50 states and the federal government. Available in both iTunes and Google Play.

Hein Online

Hein Online is the worlds' largest image-based legal research database with access to content by citation, browse by volume, navigate a volume by the table of contents and use advanced searching techniques. 

      

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