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Last Updated: May 19, 2016 URL: http://libguides.library.usyd.edu.au/law Print Guide RSS Updates

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This guide is designed to assist you with your research and studies.The tabs at the top of the guide will point you to useful legal research resources and our Academic Liaison Librarians are on hand to assist you in your particular subject areas.

The Law Library is located in the Law School building on the Camperdown Campus of the University of Sydney.

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If you have specific information needs, contact the Librarian who specialises in your area!

Patrick O'Mara 

 -   Constitutional & Public Law
 -   Criminal law & Criminology
 -   Employment law
 -   Litigation, Dispute Resolution
     and Torts
 -   LPAB students

Grant Wheeler

 -   International Law
 -   Asian and Pacific Law
  
 -   Environmental Law
   

  See also
International Law / Human Rights LawEnvironmental Law, Asian and Pacific Law and Islamic Law guides.


Emma Petherbridge 

 -   Contract Law & Commercial
     Obligations

 -   Corporate Law
 -   Intellectual Property & Media
 -   Taxation Law

Gilbert Meyns 

 -   Equity 
 -   Health Governance &
     Law and Ethics
 -   Jurisprudence

 -   Property and Family law    

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