Essential information skills to introduce you to the UOW academic environment and help you understand your student responsibilities. StartSmart will show you how to find and evaluate relevant information to use in assessment tasks, and develop strong academic integrity practices.
The Search Word Generator helps you to analyse your topic or question and identify words and phrases to use in your search.
Cases follow a standardised layout as seen in the interactive case below.
The structure of Acts within all Australian jurisdictions follows a common pattern. Notice the important parts in the consolidated Act below, including the compilation information as this makes you aware of any amendments.
AGLC3 or AGLC4?
First year students are now expected to use the 4th edition and are encouraged to refer to their LLB 1115: Legal Skills activities in Weeks 2 and 3 for more information.
For all other students, they may continue to use the 3rd edition, but should consult with their subject coordinators to confirm.
UniSA Library Business, 2016. 10 quick tips: How to use AGLC (Australian Guide to Legal Citation) Updated.
Our Law Library contains a broad range of physical and online resources, specifically tailored for UOW law students.
Items held in the collection include:
Our Law Library uses the Moys Classification Scheme, which is very different from Dewey.
The collection is indexed via SEARCH. Find items by limiting the location to Law.
Librarians are skilled in connecting you with the information you need, and assisting you with search strategies so that you can search independently.
You can expect:
A one-stop-shop for academic skills support. Visit us in person or online.
You can expect peer support with: