Access Australia 2021 is the largest e-resource available to libraries for Australian news research - featuring over 650 news sources from every state and territory. It is essential for any researcher whose work intersects with modern Australian history. This fully searchable online resource offers the complete text of thousands of news articles, editorials, obituaries, classifieds and more. Coverage for most titles starts in the 1980s, 1990s or 2000s and continues through the present day.
Access Australia 2021 is an all-in-one solution which combines:
• deep archives for 600+ Australian newspapers in text-only format, starting as early as the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s onwards;
• new archives for 40+ Australian news websites in text-only format, starting as early as the late 2010s onwards; and
• new archives for 10 major Australian newspapers in a full-image format, starting from mid-2018 (Nine) and mid-2020 (News Corp) onwards.
With 2.1 million pages of trial transcripts, police and forensic reports, detective novels, newspaper accounts, true crime literature, and related ephemera, Crime, Punishment, and Popular Culture, 1790–1920 presents a broad and deep collection of materials supporting the study of nineteenth-century criminal history, law, literature, and justice. This resource enhances understanding of the intersection of law and society during a pivotal era of social change.
The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law (MPECCoL) provides analytical coverage of constitutional law topics in a comparative context. MPECCoL articles address a focused range of topics that provide the best coverage of the essence, character, development, and history of constitutional law from a global perspective.
Combines recognised market-leading commentaries with rigorous, selective National case reports and analysis from EU member states. OCL provides a suite of fully interlinked competition analysis, peer reviewed case reports and source materials - the ideal resource for assisting with case preparation.
Contains fully-translated English-language versions of all the world's constitutions (both national and sub-national), accompanied by individual jurisdictional commentaries, and supplementary materials, including foundation documents, historical versions of constitutions, and amendment Acts/Laws.
Oxford Historical Treaties (OHT) is the premier resource for historical treaty research and home to the full text of The Consolidated Treaty Series, the only comprehensive collection of treaties of all nations concluded from 1648 through 1919.
Oxford Scholarly Authorities on International Law (OSAIL) contains over 180 full-text online editions of market-leading reference works and treatises published by Oxford University Press, including Oppenheim, and the Oxford Commentaries on International Law.
US Constitutional Law (USC) provides a comprehensive research resource on the law, politics, and history of constitutionalism in the United States at the federal and state levels. Combining extensive primary materials with expert commentary, the service provides researchers with unparalleled access to the historical development of federal and state constitutionalism.