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Legal research guide: Criminal Law: Law reform

Federal and multijurisdictional sites

Law reform agencies International

How to find law reform publications?

  1. This Guide. Use the links in this guide to access Australian and International law reform agencies for common law jurisdictions. Browse for Publications or Search if it's offered
  2. OneSearch You can place requests for various historical and current reports and papers through OneSearch
  3. Google  Most law reform agencies publish on the web. Use Google and the same search technique you used when searching OneSearch to see what's available


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