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The Queensland Reports are the authorised law reports of the Supreme Court of Queensland.

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Featured Authorised Law Report The Queensland Reports Online The Queensland Reports are the authorised reports of the Supreme Court of Queensland.
Each full-text judgment featured in the Queensland Reports includes authored catchwords, a headnote approved by the Court, and a related PDF that is a facsimile of the authorised print version of the reports.

The collection covers:
  • Access the complete frontset from 1974, plus the latest reports with the Qd R backset from 1958 and State Reports of Queensland from 1902-57 coming soon.
  • Download authorised PDFs for submission in court
  • Link to other authorised and specialist law reports on Westlaw AU, including the prestigious Commonwealth Law Reports and Federal Court Reports
  • Link to FirstPoint to check the history and currency of a reported decision
  • Link from key judgments in the Queensland Reports to respected commentary and analysis by Thomson Reuters authors
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