Graduate Diploma in Migration Law : Overview

This guide was created to support students enrolled in the Graduate Diploma in Migration Law.  It contains:

  • Information about how to get help with legal research and referencing.
  • A link to LEGENDcom, as well as some instructional videos and links to training materials on its use.
  • Links to migration law databases that are available on Lexis, Westlaw, and other platforms.
  • A guide to referencing migration law material using AGLC4.

Ask a law librarian any questions that you have about legal research or AGLC4 referencing.

Zoom meetings are available Monday - Friday between 8am and 4pm, by appointment. Email the law librarians to book an appointment. Please state your preferred time/day.

murray.greenway@vu.edu.au

debra.hutchinson@vu.edu.au

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A law librarian will reply with a confirmation of your appointment and  a link to the Zoom meeting.

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