Law Hub FAQs
Here are answers to some common questions about Law Hub.
What is Law Hub?
Law Hub houses Legal Aid WA’s internal resources which are used by Legal Aid WA lawyers and made available to private practitioners funded to perform work for Legal Aid WA and lawyers in the community legal sector.
What does Law Hub include?
The internal legal resources in Law Hub include Legal Essentials that cover specific legal topics, and Manuals that cover a field of legal practice. These are grouped under Legal Aid WA’s main service areas of criminal, family and civil law, and then further by general legal topic.
Alongside the internal resources there are links to Legal Aid WA’s publicly available resources that are otherwise accessible from the public website but are included in Law Hub for ease of access. For example, web pages, infosheets and self-help kits.
The Law Hub also includes:
- Legal Alerts which are internal notifications about changes to the law and practice, with a focus on legislative changes in the areas of civil, criminal and family law.
- Lawyers’ News which are internal notifications of general interest to lawyers, including information about changes to the resources available in Law Hub.
- Health, safety and wellbeing information and resources for lawyers, including some internal resources created by Legal Aid WA.
Note, the links to Legal Alerts and Lawyers' News are only visible when you are logged in.
Is access to Law Hub restricted?
Who has access to Law Hub?
Only authorised users may access Law Hub. These are:
- Legal Aid WA staff
- Current members of a Legal Aid WA Panel or List
- Not-for-profit community legal service providers with a Memorandum of Understanding with Legal Aid WA
I am an authorised user, how do I access Law Hub?
Your organisation or your firm should have received a username and password from Legal Aid WA to enable you to login to Law Hub.
There is just one login per firm or organisation.
Can I share my login?
Can I share the resources in Law Hub?
Sharing of Legal Aid WA's public resources, which are accessible through Law Hub as well as through our public website, is permitted subject to the usual Copyright requirements. Public resources include our webpages, infosheets, factsheets, kits and self-help guides.
What if I am a Legal Aid WA staff member and I am having problems with my login?
What if I am a private practitioner on a Legal Aid WA Panel or List and I am having problems with my login?
You should check your firm’s login details in case there have been any changes.
If you are still having difficulties, you may email us. Please provide your name, the name of your firm and the Panel(s) or Lists(s) of which you are a member.
What if I am from the community legal sector and I am having problems with my login?
You should check your organisation’s login details in case there have been any changes.
If you are still having difficulties, you may email us. Please provide your name and the name of your community legal sector organisation.
Reviewed: 24 March 2022