A Gateway to Australian Authoritative Legislation

Ever had to find a piece of legislation from another state? Ever not known who the authoritative source is for that state? Ever thought, why cant they all have pages that work like the State Law Publisher so I can find this thing easy?

There's a solution.

Legify is a free online tool that locates and directly links through to the authoritative version of Australian legislation and delegated legislation.

It works across all Australian jurisdictions and is a great time saver.

Simply start typing the name of the legislation you are interested in and see the options appear, click and there you are! On the correct page for the Act in ComLaw or State Law Publisher (or other jurisdiction's database).


ALLA(WA) Committee Member - Alice Hewitt. 
Librarian, Reference and Information Services, Murdoch University.

The Big HUGE List of FB Groups for Librarians

Are you a Facebook user? Want to get more Library into your Facebook?

Making it Happen (Librarians, this is about you) recently published The Big HUGE List of FB Groups for Librarians compiled by the 5 Minute Librarian. The list is long, and just offers a snapshot of the groups out there (I myself are a member of a few).

The full list is, as the title indicates, a little long, so I have selected a few ones that may be of interest to ALLA(WA) members. 


eLearning in Libraries



This is a group for anyone who is interested in developing e-learning for library purposes. We will share ideas and engage in discussion about e-learning. Public, academic, school, and special library staff are all encouraged to join. E-learning can include screencasts, tutorials, videos, and any other training delivered in an online format, and may be for library staff or patrons.


League of Librarian Gamers – for Librarians who Play



A group for librarians who play games of all kinds – board games, card games, RPGs, video games, tabletop games, Magic: the Gathering, miniatures, dice games, classic games. If you’re a Librarian, and you play games, join this group!

Libraries & Social Media


This is a group for anyone working professionally in social media for their library, or those curious about what it’s like.

Library Coffee Shop Talk


Enjoy your hot beverage and enjoy a light virtual conversation with other library minded folks.

Library Related People


This is a Facebook group that welcomes all library related people. If you work in any library related capacity, intend to do so, or are plain interested we want you!


The Shareable Clique


A Facebook Group for libraries and book lovers to share their viral content that can be re-shared on other Facebook accounts. What works well at your library that may work well at other libraries? Share your successes, increase your outreach, and help other libraries build their audiences!

Troublesome Catalogers and Magical Metadata Fairies


A place for cataloguers, metadata librarians, and those who admire them. Grab your wands and raise some Hell. ;c) 

ALLA(WA) Committee Member - Alice Hewitt. 
Librarian, Reference and Information Services, Murdoch University.

Easter Breakfast 2015: Reminder

ALLA(WA) warmly invites members to our Easter breakfast, to eat, drink and catch up with colleagues (or meet new ones).


When: Wednesday 1st April @ 7.30am

Where: Sentinel Bar & Grill (111 St Georges Terrace, Perth – Corner of William Street & St Georges Terrace)

Please see the below menu.

RSVP to Luise Crisafulli by Monday 30th March


** Separate billing will be available on the day and cash payment is preferred by the venue.



ALLA (WA) CPD Event: Personal Development Planning

On Wednesday ,18 March a group of about 16 Perth law librarians gathered at Jackson McDonald’s pristine new premises, high above Perth and the Swan River (what a view!) on Level 17, to munch their sandwiches and to partake in a presentation on Personal Development Planning, given by Alison (“Ali”) Local, Learning and Development Advisor with Jackson McDonald.

It was an interactive hour, with 4 groups of participants, noting and speaking what each one thought of “PDP”, all of which led to further discussion and exchange of ideas; it was an experiential , refreshing workshop, based on our own experiences in the workplace.  We came away with some very useful tips, notes and sense of direction.

I loved the wide array of colourful gel pens, provided by our host – my notes were written in fuchsia- pink, which definitely flirted with the eye!  The appearance of the ALLA logo at the top of the printed pages was also noteworthy – gave a very professional finish!  This is a workshop/event worth repeating.

Thank you, Mawghan, for hosting us, and to the CPD Sub-Committee for arranging this practical lunch-time get-together.

ALLA(WA) Member - Belinda Eisenhauer
Librarian, The Law Library, Supreme Court of WA

2015 Survey of Trends in the Global LIS Sector: Invitation to Participate

This was original sent through the WAIN emailing list, by Robert McEntyre of Robert McEntyre & Associates Pty Ltd

2015 Survey of Trends in the Global Library and Information Services (LIS) Sector


Robert McEntyre & Associates Pty Limited cordially invites you, your organisation and your colleagues to participate in a short survey (6 questions) on “Trends in the Global Library and Information Services Sector”. 

The link to the survey questions is 2015 Global LIS Sector Survey.

The survey closes at COB Thursday 2 April 2015, Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT).

This survey follows on from similar surveys conducted by Robert McEntyre & Associates Pty Limited in both March 2013 and March 2014.

lnformation is being gathered on:

  • The influences on the future success and sustainability of libraries and information services.
  • Proposed or planned: new, different and innovative user services that will be implemented into your library/ information service. 
  • Proposed or planned: new, different and innovative operational and management practices that will be implemented into your library/information service.

A “2015 Trends in the Global Library and Information Services Sector” Information Brief will be prepared from the findings of this survey and will be available free of charge during May 2015. The Information Brief will contain comparisons with the 2013 and 2014 surveys’ findings.

Your responses to this survey will be greatly appreciated. 

With kind regards,
Robert.

Robert McEntyre
Robert McEntyre & Associates Pty Limited

Murdoch University & Kirby Talk: Down with the Originalist Heresy of Constitutional Interpretation!

The Honourable Michael Kirby AC CMG will be visiting Murdoch School of Law to present a talk entitled: "Down with the Originalist Heresy of Constitutional Interpretation!"

When: Friday 27th March, 4pm

Where: Herbert Smith Freehills Lecture Theatre, Murdoch School of Law, Murdoch University, South Street, Murdoch.

RSVP: This is a free event, but bookings are necessary as spaces are limited. Register for tickets here




Legal Information Management March 2015

The latest issue of Legal Information Management has been published and contains a number of interesting articles.

This issue has a feature on Law, Gender and Sexuality: Sources and Methods in Socio-Legal Research, a couple of interesting articles within this feature are:
Other interesting articles include:




Legal Information Management

ISSN: 1472-6696, EISSN: 1741-2021

Legal Information Management

http://journals.cambridge.org/LIM

Volume 15 / Issue 01 , March 2015, pp 1 - 72

Published Online on 19th March 2015



Editorial

Editorial
David Wills
Legal Information Management , Volume 15 , Issue 01 , March 2015, pp 1 - 1
doi: 10.1017/S1472669615000031 (About doi) Published Online on 19th March 2015
[ abstract ]


Law, Gender And Sexuality: Sources And Methods In Socio-Legal Research

Guest Editorial: Law, Gender and Sexuality
Jonathan Sims
Legal Information Management , Volume 15 , Issue 01 , March 2015, pp 2 - 3
doi: 10.1017/S1472669615000043 (About doi) Published Online on 19th March 2015
[ abstract ]


Feminist Approaches to Sexuality and Law Scholarship
Rosemary Auchmuty
Legal Information Management , Volume 15 , Issue 01 , March 2015, pp 4 - 7
doi: 10.1017/S1472669615000055 (About doi) Published Online on 19th March 2015
[ abstract ]


Analysing Judgments from a Feminist Perspective
Rosemary Hunter
Legal Information Management , Volume 15 , Issue 01 , March 2015, pp 8 - 11
doi: 10.1017/S1472669615000067 (About doi) Published Online on 19th March 2015
[ abstract ]


‘Queering Genealogy Through Wills’
Daniel Monk
Legal Information Management , Volume 15 , Issue 01 , March 2015, pp 12 - 15
doi: 10.1017/S1472669615000080 (About doi) Published Online on 19th March 2015
[ abstract ]


The Scene of The Crime: Police Photographs, Visual Culture and Sexuality
Dominic Janes
Legal Information Management , Volume 15 , Issue 01 , March 2015, pp 15 - 18
doi: 10.1017/S1472669615000092 (About doi) Published Online on 19th March 2015
[ abstract ]


Researching Men, Masculinities and Law: on Sources, Methods and the ‘Man Question’
Richard Collier
Legal Information Management , Volume 15 , Issue 01 , March 2015, pp 19 - 24
doi: 10.1017/S1472669615000134 (About doi) Published Online on 19th March 2015
[ abstract ]


The Archive of the Society of Legal Scholars: a Case Study; a brief note
Fiona Cownie
Legal Information Management , Volume 15 , Issue 01 , March 2015, pp 25 - 25
doi: 10.1017/S1472669615000109 (About doi) Published Online on 19th March 2015
[ abstract ]


The Admission of Women into the Legal Profession: a Guide to Archival Sources at IALS
Elizabeth Dawson
Legal Information Management , Volume 15 , Issue 01 , March 2015, pp 26 - 30
doi: 10.1017/S1472669615000110 (About doi) Published Online on 19th March 2015
[ abstract ]


An Archive of the Women's Liberation Movement: a Document of Social and Legislative Change
Polly Russell
Legal Information Management , Volume 15 , Issue 01 , March 2015, pp 31 - 35
doi: 10.1017/S1472669615000122 (About doi) Published Online on 19th March 2015
[ abstract ]


Law, Gender and Sexuality at the British Library
Jonathan Sims
Legal Information Management , Volume 15 , Issue 01 , March 2015, pp 36 - 44
doi: 10.1017/S1472669615000146 (About doi) Published Online on 19th March 2015
[ abstract ]


Law, Gender and Sexuality: an Introduction to the LSE Library Collections
Heather Dawson
Legal Information Management , Volume 15 , Issue 01 , March 2015, pp 45 - 50
doi: 10.1017/S1472669615000158 (About doi) Published Online on 19th March 2015
[ abstract ]


Current Issues

Evaluating Research: the Case of Legal Scholarly Outputs
Ginevra Peruginelli
Legal Information Management , Volume 15 , Issue 01 , March 2015, pp 50 - 56
doi: 10.1017/S147266961500016X (About doi) Published Online on 19th March 2015
[ abstract ]


Your Intranet Needs YOU: How Information Professionals Can Add Value to Intranets and Portals
Allie Lustigman
Legal Information Management , Volume 15 , Issue 01 , March 2015, pp 57 - 60
doi: 10.1017/S1472669615000171 (About doi) Published Online on 19th March 2015
[ abstract ]


Is Someone Watching You? Data Privacy and Protection: Current Issues
Jackie Fishleigh
Legal Information Management , Volume 15 , Issue 01 , March 2015, pp 61 - 69
doi: 10.1017/S1472669615000183 (About doi) Published Online on 19th March 2015
[ abstract ]


Current Awareness

Current Awareness
Katherine Read, Laura Griffiths
Legal Information Management , Volume 15 , Issue 01 , March 2015, pp 69 - 72
doi: 10.1017/S1472669615000195 (About doi) Published Online on 19th March 2015
[ abstract ]

The Laws of Library Science

Something light to see the week out with a laugh.


Easter Breakfast 2015

ALLA(WA) warmly invites members to our Easter breakfast, to eat, drink and catch up with colleagues (or meet new ones).


When: Wednesday 1st April @ 7.30am

Where: Sentinel Bar & Grill (111 St Georges Terrace, Perth – Corner of William Street & St Georges Terrace)

Please see the below menu.

RSVP to Luise Crisafulli by Monday 30th March


** Separate billing will be available on the day and cash payment is preferred by the venue.



PD Opportunity for ALLA Members: APP-etite for Success

Collaborate and Learn

ALLA is proud to collaborate with Wolters Kluwer to bring you the first in a series of webinars.Over the coming months ALLA will collaborate with leaders in the information industry to bring you expertise and knowledge that will enable you to turn information into knowledge.

APP-etite for Success

In this national ALLA webinar, Chris Taylor, Customer Insights Manager at Wolters Kluwer, will share key insights about the strategic and technical considerations for mobile application design, development and testing. You’ll hear about:

  • State of the mobile
  • Digital and mobile convergence
  • Disrupting software development
  • Mobile strategy and more

When: Wednesday, 18th of March, 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. AEST

Registration: Click here to register for this event.

Cost:  Free to ALLA members, join us if you are interested

We Thank: Wolters Kluwer for assistance

About Chris: Chris Taylor is a solutions architect in Wolters Kluwer CCH’s iSolutions team in Sydney. He has been responsible for a number of the customer research, analysis and usability projects and has been heavily involved in the resulting prototype and product developments. Before iSolutions Chris was a CCH team leader and editor and also has more than 15 years’ experience as a newspaper and magazine journalist in Australia and the UK.

Snowden Surveillance Archive

Here's a resource worth noting by anyone interested in privacy, freedom of information, digital archives, and international relations (and who isn't?):

 A project team in Canada has recently launched the Snowden Surveillance Archive, which is a searchable database of published documents leaked by Edward Snowden, the (in)famous former contractor for the US National Security Agency. The archive is intended as a tool for journalists and researchers to better access the material, especially via browseable indices.

Only 400 documents are included at this point, but the intention is that further documents will be included when published in the future.

As the site creators put it, "The leaked documents and their coverage have raised significant public concerns and had a major impact on intelligence policy debates internationally over issues of freedom of expression, privacy, national security and democratic governance more broadly."

Hat tip: Michel-Adrien Sheppard at Slaw


ALLA(WA) Committee Secretary - Megan Fitzgibbons. 
Librarian, University of Western Australia. 

WA District and Supreme Court Update.



From the Government of Western Australia - Media Statements
 

Changes for District and Supreme courts

Wednesday, 11 March 2015

  • District Court Chief Judge Peter Martino promoted to Supreme Court
  • Judge Kevin Sleight takes over as Chief Judge

District Court of Western Australia Chief Judge Peter Martino has been appointed as a justice of the Supreme Court of Western Australia.

District Court Judge Kevin Sleight, who has also served as a Commissioner of the Supreme Court, will assume Mr Martino’s position as Chief Judge.

Attorney General Michael Mischin said the significant appointments would be welcomed by the legal fraternity, as both judges were highly regarded and were among the most experienced judicial officers in the State.

“Judge Martino has earned the admiration of his peers in the judiciary and members of the legal profession during his tenure at the District Court,” Mr Mischin said.

“As Chief Judge, he has been responsible for the overall management of the court’s business and has provided leadership and direction for the other members of the court.

“Judge Martino has shown admirable ability in managing the work of a very busy criminal and civil court, and is widely respected for his legal knowledge, wisdom and common sense.  I congratulate him on his new position.”

The Attorney General said he was confident Judge Kevin Sleight’s service in both the District and Supreme courts and in law office management would assist him in his new role as the District Court’s Chief Judge.

“Since being appointed to the District Court in January 2005, Judge Sleight has demonstrated considerable legal acumen and an enormous capacity for judicial work,” he said.

“In addition to his judicial role, he has demonstrated leadership as the chairperson of a working party to create protocols for the recording and use of visually recorded interviews of child witnesses in criminal trials from 2006-07.

“From 2010, Judge Sleight has been the Regional Convenor of the National Judicial College of Australia, and the Chairperson of the Inter-jurisdictional Education Committee.  He is also the Chairperson of the Child Witness Committee of the District Court, a position he has held since 2007.”

Both appointments will take effect from April 20, 2015.

Fact File

  • Judge Martino was appointed a judge of the District Court on November 9, 2000, and was appointed as the Chief Judge of the District Court on July 1, 2010
  • Judge Martino’s appointment to the Supreme Court will fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Justice James Edelman

Attorney General’s office - 6552 5600

CPD Event: Personal Development Planning - Reminder

ALLA(WA) invites members to a personal development planning brown bag session.

Alison Local, Learning and Development Advisor at Jackson McDonald, will present on:
  • personal development planning,
  • the benefits of making a personal development plan, and
  • goal setting for career development.
Where: Jackson McDonald, Level 17, 225 St Georges Terrace, Perth

When: Wednesday, 18th March 2015 at 1.00-2.00pm

RSVP: Mawghan Elverd by 17th March 2015: melverd@jacmac.com.au

The Professional Roles We Play

The following was posted in LIS Career Options Group on LinkedIn, a subgroup of the American Library Association:


What professional roles do you play as a librarian/information professional? How have they changed during your career? And perhaps most important, how do you see them changing and evolving in the future?

These issues are discussed in an intriguing recent article in New Library World, "A systematic literature review informing library and information professionals' emerging roles." Evgenia Vassilakaki and Valentini Moniarou-Papaconstantinou, of the Library Science & Information Systems Department of TEI of Athens, Greece, uncovered their findings from peer-reviewed literature published between 2000 and 2014.


The emerging roles:

In "Emerging roles and possible futures for librarians and information professionals", Bruce Rosenstein highlights the six emerging roles that were discovered in the research. These were:

  • Librarian as Teacher
  • Technology Specialist
  • Embedded Librarian
  • Information Consultant
  • Knowledge Manager
  • Subject Librarian
Rosenstein concludes his discussion with the following thought;

You can put this article into action by comparing your current role with the six above. If any look promising, commit to learning more and reaching out to your professional networks. These opportunities may require additional training, taking new courses or perhaps a new degree. However, a major takeaway from the article is that in today's knowledge-focused world, it is preferable to be aligned with the future rather than the past.


Topic submitted by: 
ALLA(WA) President  - Mawghan Elverd. 
Acting Knowledge Manager, Jackson McDonald.
 


ALLA (WA) Icebreaker 2015

The annual ALLA (WA) Icebreaker was held at Jackson MacDonald on the morning of Wednesday 25 February 2015.

The thirty attendees were treated to spectacular morning views and a delectable breakfast all the while mingling with their fellow members.



Once everyone satiated their hunger, Kirsty McPhee, Knowledge and Business Development Manager, Tottle Partners provided an excellent discussion of adding value to the role of legal information professionals by adding CPD programs for lawyers.



The session discussed the recent changes to the law applicable to this area along with a number of key points.

A few that stood out include:

  • Lawyers think with their stomachs - better catering equals better attendance
  • By having the Library involved in the program, a link between the knowledge and the library is established. Let's the lawyers know that the library knows the answers.
  • Attending a CPD session as a Librarian is beneficial - you learn just as much as the lawyers and you can then use this knowledge to better provide answers to research queries. 

The event was sponsored by Thomson Reuters, and ALLA (WA) extends their gratitude to Greta Dye for attending the session (and providing the catering - it appears Librarians also think with their stomachs).


The Icebreaker was an excellent way to meet your fellow ALLA (WA) members and provided an excellent learning opportunity.

We encourage you to attend our next ALLA (WA) event on Personal Development Planning, on Wednesday March 18th. For more information, check out the events label at the bottom of this post.

Check out some more images from the day, and see if you can spot anyone you know!


 



You don't make friends with... Judges.

A recent case in Florida has shown the dangers of who you make friends with on Facebook, or at least who you ask to be your friend.

In a dissolution of marriage case, the wife successfully sought to disqualify the trial judge. All because the trial judge sent through a friend request on Facebook.

The Law Blog from The Wall Street Journal summarises the case quite well. Essentially, the trial judge sent through a friend request to the wife in the case. Upon advice of counsel, she decided not to respond to the request. The trial judge then entered a judgment that appeared to weigh heavily in the favour of the husband. The wife then sought to disqualify the trial judge based on allegations that the trial judge retaliated against her for not accepting the friend request.

When considering the application to disqualify the trial judge, Justice Cohen said:

The “friend” request placed the litigant between the proverbial rock and a hard place: either engage in improper ex parte communications with the judge presiding over the case or risk offending the judge by not accepting the “friend” request.

The Court disqualified the trial judge as they found the facts to be of a kind "that would create in a reasonably prudent person a well-founded fear of not receiving a fair and impartial trial".

While I'm sure for the majority of interactions with judges on social media, it would be perfectly reasonable to be "friends". But when a judge requests that a party to an active case that they are presiding over become "friends" - well, that seems perfectly understandable that the judge was disqualified.

He continued,  discussing the nature of Facebook "friends":

The word “friend” on Facebook is a term of art. A number of words or phrases could more aptly describe the concept, including acquaintance and, sometimes, virtual stranger. A Facebook friendship does not necessarily signify the existence of a close relationship.

ALLA(WA) Committee Member - Alice Hewitt. 
Librarian, Reference and Information Services, Murdoch University.


Curtin University Public Lecture: LGBTI Human Rights in Australia and Asia

Librarians are invited to share this event with others who may be interested.



Join the Centre for Human Rights Education for a special public lecture with


The Honourable Michael Kirby AC CMG
LGBTI Human Rights in Australia and Asia, The Pacific and Indian Ocean: Breaking the Logjam   



The lecture

In his talk Michael Kirby will describe the origins of legal oppression of LBGTI people in Australia and our region.  He will explain the origins in religious scripture and British common law.  When science in the mid-20th century demonstrated the unchosen character of human sexual variations, the need for change became obvious.  But though change has been achieved in Australia, New Zealand and a few Pacific Islands (Fiji, Palau, Cook Islands) most jurisdictions have remained obstinate in inertia and hostility.  Michael Kirby will describe recent moves to promote both a human rights and economic approach to break the logjam, given that parliamentary and judicial initiatives appear to have ground to a halt.  In the age of HIV and violence, urgent change is needed.

The speaker: 

The Honourable Michael Kirby AC CMG

Michael Donald Kirby AC, CMG was Australia’s longest serving judge from 1996 to 2009. In addition to his judicial duties, he served on three university governing bodies and was Chancellor of Macquarie University in Sydney from 1984-1993.

Michael Kirby also served on many national and international bodies, including being a member of the World Health Organisation’s Global Commission on AIDS (1988-92); President of the International Commission of Jurists, Geneva (1995-8);  UN Special Representative Human Rights in Cambodia (1993-6);  member of the UNESCO International Bioethics Committee (1995-2005);  member of the High Commissioner for Human Rights’ Judicial Reference Group (2007-) and  member of the UNAIDS Reference Group on HIV and Human Rights.

In 2010, he was awarded the Gruber Justice Prize. Between 2010 and 2012, he served on the UNDP Global Commission of HIV and the Law. (2010-12). In 2013, he was appointed a Commissioner of the UNAIDS Commission on Sustainable Health. Later in 2013 he was appointed by the President of the UN Human Rights Council, pursuant to a resolution of the Council, to head the Commission of Inquiry on Alleged Human Rights Violations in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

Event details

Event: LGBTI Human Rights in Australia and Asia, The Pacific and Indian Ocean: Breaking the Logjam
Date: Friday 27 March 2015
Time:

  • 6.00pm Registration
  • 6.15pm Lecture
  • 7.15pm – 8.00pm Refreshments

Location:
Tim Winton Lecture Theatre
Building 213.104
Curtin University
Kent Street, Bentley

RSVP: As seating is limited, please RSVP by Monday 23 March 2015 to 08 9266 2563 or events@curtin.edu.au


Further information

If you have any special requirements to enable you to participate at this event please advise when you RSVP. We will contact you to provide assistance.

For information about disability services at Curtin, please visit disability.curtin.edu.au.

CPD Event: Personal Development Planning

ALLA(WA) invites members to a personal development planning brown bag session.

Alison Local, Learning and Development Advisor at Jackson McDonald, will present on:
  • personal development planning,
  • the benefits of making a personal development plan, and
  • goal setting for career development.
Where: Jackson McDonald, Level 17, 225 St Georges Terrace, Perth

When: Wednesday, 18th March 2015 at 1.00-2.00pm

RSVP: Mawghan Elverd by 17th March 2015: melverd@jacmac.com.au 

Law librarians' mailing lists

Librarians (by definition) like to share knowledge, and it's always good to seek out additional ways to tap into collective wisdom.

Readers may already be familiar with Australian e-mail lists for law librarians, such as:
But what about other jurisdictions?

Here are some suggestions:

General / United States: INT-Law 
 International Association of Law Librarians (IALL) email list for discussing foreign, comparative and international legal research questions and is open to the public to join.

General: LAW-L
Run by the IFLA Law Libraries Section e-mail list

UK: LIS-LAW
An email list run by the British and Irish Association of Law Librarians (BIALL). This list is open to everyone. Useful for getting advice on finding obscure UK cases/ reports etc.

Canada: CALL-L
Run by the Canadian Association of Law Libraries=Association canadienne des bibliothèques de droit (CALL/ACBD)

Important tip: 
Be sure to check the terms of use for the lists before posting, particularly with regard to obtaining documents. Some lists in particular have guidelines about using the list to request publications. It's always a best practice to explain which avenues you've already tried and to offer to make proper document delivery requests in respect of copyright law, license agreements, and procedures in place at other organisations.

Do you belong to other useful e-mail lists? Please post them in the comments. 

AustLII instroduces digitally signed versions of decisions



Originally posted through the ALLA-ANZ Mailing List.



AustLII is pleased to announce this significant development. 

Please see our announcement here

This version is available as an additional download from the 'download' button from the top bar of each judgment. 

Richard Hunter
Development Manager