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Parliamentary documents links to the Bills before Parliament, notice papers, Hansard, question papers etc. from the Legislative Assembly and the Legislative Council. You can use this site to track the progress of a Bill through Parliament.
The Fact Sheetsprovide an A–Z of the Parliament, with detailed information about its history, processes and people, as well as its role in governing Australia. (Here is the online version.)
Youth Law is a specialist community legal centre for young people, providing resources for common legal issues facing young people.
Victorian Legal Aid focuses on protecting the rights of Victorians and representing those who need it the most.
The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) is independent of Federal Government funding, and is the largest provider of aid, legal and health services to people seeking asylum in Australia.
Refugee Advice and Casework Service (RACS) is one of Australia’s leading refugee legal centres providing free, specialist legal assistance to asylum seekers and refugees seeking to reunite with their families and we fight for their human rights every day.
The Victorian Statute Book also includes Acts and Statutory Rules that were made to amend other Acts, with records dating back to 1996.
The Federal Register of Legislation is the authorised government website for Commonwealth legislation and related documents. It contains the full text and details of the lifecycle of individual laws and the relationships between them. You can search Common Law (cases) and Legislation.
Website for the Commonwealth agency that analyses whether Australia's Criminal Law system is effective. Read about: policing, corrections, deaths in custody and Indigenous over-representation, on this webpage.
The Australian Parliament House website lists all the relevant criminal law legislation, current government and parliamentary reports (i.e. proposed changes to laws) schools of criminology (in Universities) and more.