Law and justice
NSW legal resources
Find legal answers to everyday questions about the law in NSW.
The official NSW Government website for online publication of legislation, including Acts, regulations and planning instruments.
Information regarding bills introduced into the Parliament of NSW since 1997.
The NSW Ombudsman is an independent and impartial watchdog, making sure that Government agencies fulfil their functions properly and improve their delivery of services to the public.
Information, services and resources from the New South Wales Bar Association.
Read the latest issue of the NSW Government Gazette or use the index to search for specific Supplements, Acts, Proclamations, Legislation and other gazetted items, by year and month.
Crime statistics and further information related to criminal incidents recorded by the NSW Police Force.
The NSW Crown Solicitor provides legal services to the State Government of NSW. Find out further information here.
Advice and information for children about their legal rights and responsibilities from The National Children's and Youth Law Centre.
A comprehensive free-access resource for Australian legal information.
The Law and Justice Foundation is an independent statutory body working to improve access to justice in NSW, particularly for socially and economically disadvantaged people.
The Australian Institute of Criminology is Australia's national research and knowledge centre on crime and justice.
Downloadable practice notes from the Division of Local Government.
Information on the practise of law in NSW for both current solicitors and those wishing to practise in this state, including links to relevant organisations and legislation plus downloadable forms.
Access the published judgments and decisions of NSW Courts and Tribunals.
A list of all Royal Commissions and Commissions of Inquiry appointed by the Australian Government from 1902, under the provisions of the Royal Commissions Act 1902.
A history of law and justice in Australia, from colonisation, through to federation and onto today.
The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) protects the public interest, prevents breaches of public trust and guides the conduct of NSW public officials.
The Judicial Commission of NSW promotes excellence in judicial performance and is a leading provider of continuing judicial education and sentencing information.
Information, news and publications about the NSW Law Reform Commission proposes changes to the general law.