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AustLII Training in Free-Access Online Legal Research
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AustLII's Training Programme in Free-Access Online Legal Research aims to assist our users to obtain the maximum benefits from their use of AustLII, WorldLII, and other Internet legal research tools. AustLII is holding training courses around Australia.
|Sydney, University of New South Wales||Australian Free-Access Online Legal Research||5 July 2012 (re-scheduled)||9:00 - 4:00|
|Sydney, University of New South Wales||Australian Free-Access Online Legal Research||9 August 2012||9:00 - 4:00|
|Darwin, Charles Darwin University - Casuarina Campus||Australian Free-Access Online Legal Research||29 August 2012||9:00 - 5:00|
|Canberra, University of Canberra||Australian Free-Access Online Legal Research||13 November 2012||9:00 - 4:00|
To register your interest for a course in a particular city, please contact Mr Richard Hunter, Development Manager, AustLII by phone on 02 9514 4930 or email .
The huge variety of free-access digital resources that have become available in recent years now make them indispensable both to those who depend on free-access resources and those with access to commercial legal resources.
This seminar will provide you with comprehensive legal research techniques predominately using AustLII, Australia's largest free-access provider of online Australasian legal materials.
David Vaile, Advanced Legal Research teacher and Executive Director, Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre, UNSW.Programme:
The course covers how to research a wide range of the most useful online legal sources in these four areas:
The course fee is $550 including GST.
Staff from AustLII funding contributors are welcome to contact Richard Hunter, Development Manager, AustLII by phone on 02 9514 4930 or email to discuss their attendance at reduced rates.About AustLII:
AustLII is Australia's most popular free-access online resource for Australasian legal materials, serving the needs of a multitude of users with over 600,000 hits daily.
AustLII was established by the Faculties of Law at UTS and UNSW in 1995. Since its establishment, AustLII has grown to be a reputable and credible source of legal information with extensive data source agreements in place with Australasian governments, courts, tribunals, educational institutions and businesses.