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There are three types of law reports:
Specialist reports cover only one area of law.
Examples of specialist law reports include:
A list of Australian and International law reports is available in the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (Fourth Edition): Appendix, pp. 297-327. Authorised, official or preferred series are identified with an asterisk.
Tip: if you cannot access the full-text of an authorised version in one case citator, try another one. For example, the full-text of CLR (the most authoritative report of High Court decisions) will be available in FirstPoint.
|Court||Law Report Series||Coverage|
|High Court||Commonwealth Law Reports (CLR)||1903+|
|Federal Court||Federal Court Reports (FCR)||1984+|
|Administrative Appeals Tribunal||
|Australian Industrial Relations Commission||Industrial Reports (IR)||1980+|
|Supreme Court of New South Wales||
|Supreme Court of Victoria||
|Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory||
|Supreme Court of Queensland||
1958-2019 and other earlier Queensland law reports from 1859
|Supreme Court of South Australia||
|Supreme Court of Tasmania||
|Supreme Court of Western Australia||
|Supreme Court of Northern Territory||