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This page will help you get more out of your Library resources for your assignments, projects, and dissertations in Law.

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Studying for Professional Qualifications

Resources to help you study for the BCAT and more!

Dissertations and Theses

Please note that disserations and theses from the UoP Law School are held by the law school and not in the library. Contact your supervisor for more information.

Your Subject Team

 Mystery Beck

Faculty Librarian Law & Criminology


phone (023) 9284 3240

 Sharon Bittner

Assistant Faculty Librarian (Humanities, Law, & Criminology)


phone (023) 9284 3234