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Research Resources Guide

To assist students with legal research, the Melbourne Law School Construction Law Program publishes a guide to key construction law research resources.

The guide covers relevant resources, including:

  • a listing of key texts and E-books;
  • journals and cases;
  • law firm publications;
  • professional bodies;
  • standards online; and
  • useful links.

Please note that licensed resources listed in the guide are only available to University of Melbourne staff and currently-enrolled students of the University of Melbourne.

Online Discussion

The various Societies of Construction Law (including the Australian Society) maintain LinkedIn Groups and twitter feeds.

These provide a useful source of construction law news and discussion:  

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