Halsbury's Laws of Australia is a legal encyclopaedia which provides a comprehensive overview of Australian law, and is a must-have reference tool for legal professionals in private and public sectors, librarians and students. Halsbury's 89 titles cover both mainstream and little known legal subject areas of law.
Halsbury's Laws of Australia presents principles of law in a succinct propositional style and is supported by extensive references to Australian legislative and judicial authority, allowing users to quickly find the required information and conduct further research.
Each subject within this encyclopaedia of law is written by highly-experienced and well-regarded authors and then extensively checked to ensure accuracy. Halsbury's Laws of Australia is updated regularly and can also be updated using Australian Current Law Reporter and Australian Current Law Legislation.
Addtionally, Halsbury's Laws of Australia includes detailed indexes and tables of Words and Phrases, Cases and Statutes which allow easy searching in individual titles or across the whole reference work.
Halsbury's Laws of Australia is also available in an online format.
|Subject Area||Legal Reference and Research
|Updates||35 looseleaf volumes; approx 16 updates per year; charged per issue.
|Charging Method||Per Issue
|Publication Year ||1991