A Law report series is a collection of judgments compiled and published on a periodic basis. The most important cases from each year, as determined by the publisher, are included for publication.
Select each of the tabs in this guide for the authorised/preferred report series for each jurisdiction. Other law reports can be located by searching the title in the Library collection. You may also wish to browse the databases listed on the Case law page of this guide.
Considered to be the authoritative record of the judgment.
This series is ‘authorised’ by the relevant court. Each judgment and headnote is checked by the Judge or Judge’s Associate before being published.
Simply a series that is not authorised by the court.
Still cited in preference to unreported versions of cases (see AGLC Rule 2.3.1), they are valuable sources of caselaw. They can be generalist or subject-specific.