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Legal research guide: Public Law: Staying current

Resources to support teaching and study in Australian Public Law

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How to stay up-to-date

 Currency and keeping up-to-date with news, recent cases, and legislation is vital to the study and practice of law. Alerting services use email and sometimes RSS feeds to distribute information about new developments in the law. This page brings together news feeds and  relevant for public law.

 How to use RSS

Commonwealth Attorney-General - Media releases

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New Senate Committee inquiries

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Newspaper web sites - Australia

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