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AustLII - a public legal information institute

Basis - a commitment to free access to public legal information

Independent - joint facility of UTS & UNSW Law Faculties

Free access and non-profit: funded by 'stakeholders', not user charges or advertising

Large scale databases - over 80 databases of caselaw, legislation etc; over 100,000 cases, 1M pages of legislation

Large scale usage - up to 200,000 hits per day

Small staff of 8 - modest budget about A$500,000

Based on research - automation and own software

Combines a public access system, research, and education

Other examples - Cornell's LII and LexUM (Montreal)

Graham Greenleaf