We have made a small number of changes to our database subscriptions for 2014. The most significant changes are to LexisNexis AU, as we have added some additional content that was previously accessible on Lexis.com. Some online titles have also been added to Westlaw AU and CCH. We hope to arrange a training session by LexisNexis for staff and students in the near future.
New content on LexisNexis AU includes:
· Australian Law Reports
· All England Law Reports
· All England Law Reports Reprints
· All England Law Reports Extensions
· Family Law Reports (Australia)
· Malaysian Law Journal & Reports
· Australian Bar Review
· CaseOverview (UK citator, a.k.a. CaseSearch, offering case digests and annotations of citing cases. Where available, links to the full-text of All ER cases and transcripts of UK judgments from 1997. See, for example, Hedley Byrne & Co Ltd v Heller & Partners Ltd  AC 465.)
· New Zealand Case Citator (Citation data and (minimal) catchwords for New Zealand cases from 1847. For those familiar with New Zealand law research, please note that this is not LinxPlus. See, for example, Dunphy v Sleepyhead Manufacturing Company Ltd  3 NZLR 602.)
· Clean Energy Law
The Australian Law Journal Reports are now available online, from volume 77 (2002) to present.
Two new commentary services have been added:
· Australian Information and Privacy Handbook
· Proprietary Companies Guide Online
We have created a new guide to help you access law reviews and journals. Like our Case Law Research Guide, the Law Reviews and Journals guide lists key law reviews alphabetically by abbreviation, enabling students both to identify the journal in a citation and quickly link through to the full-text, where available.
Congratulations to the winners of the prizes donated by LexisNexis for the Law Library orientation.