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Latest Australian case alerts
Daily Unreported Judgments Notifier (Lexis Advance)
Subscribe to receive emails twice daily, each business day. Judgments hot off the bench for all Australian jurisdictions or a selection of your choice. The Daily Unreported Judgments Notifier can be customised to enable subscribers to receive cases from any relevant areas of law. Click from the email through to LexisNexis AU to read the judgment. Use Pheme to login from your home or office.
Content Notifier (Lexis Advance)
Reports, Journals & Bulletins
Subscribe and you will receive the table of contents of the latest issue of publications of your choice in PDF format as an email attachment. Use the citations to search in LexisNexis AU for the full text. PLEASE NOTE! UWA does not subscribe to all of the publications listed on the website. Staff and graduate students can get copies of articles that are not part of our subscriptions through the Get It service.
Sign up for Digests from major Australian Court sites using RSS technology. You can keep an eye on the most recently released Court decisions from your choice of selected Courts. Scan through the summary list and click through to the full case, read it online, print it, or JADEmark it for later.
Latest cases - other jurisdictions
Latest Case Summaries (Incorporated Council of Law Reporting UK)
Sign up for RSS or email alerts for the latest decisions from the House of Lords, the Privy Council, the Court of Appeal and all divisions of the High Court. Although the ICLR offers paid services, the latest updates are free. Have a look at the blog and videos as well!
Current Awareness (Inner Temple Library UK)
RSS and Email alerts from the Inner Temple Library. A selective current awareness weblog providing up-to-date information regarding new case law, changes in legislation, and legal news. Coverage is restricted to England and Wales. The content is selected and updated daily by information professionals on the staff of the Inner Temple Library in London. The Inner Temple Library is one of the four Inns of Court Libraries, which serve barristers, judges and bar students in England and Wales.
UK case law portal. Free registration to receive subject specific alert emails or RSS feeds