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The introduction of online legal resources has become apparent in most legal institutions. The Attorney General’s Chambers has had subscriptions to resources namely LawNet Singapore and LawNet Malaysia. LawNet Singapore is an online legal resource allowing searches to different types of legal content providing an efficient and comprehensive research of case laws such as in Singapore and Malaysia, legal materials, Singapore’s legislation, parliamentary reports and treaties. The LawNet Malaysia similarly is an online library consisting of authoritative text of the laws of Malaysia.

The Attorney General’s Chambers has started to publish its laws online. This was done to make laws of Brunei more accessible to the public. It was initially integrated in 2007 through the Library Unit within the Attorney General’s Chambers’ intranet content by archiving digital documents (in pdf format) for internal references. In 2009, the documents are were made available to the public as a legal resource including government gazettes and laws of Brunei Darussalam which can be found in AGC website under Legislation Online

The Attorney General's Chambers Law Library became the member of the National E-Library project with another 5 other libraries in Brunei Darussalam since  2012 which led and coordinated by Ministry of Culture Youth and Sports (MCYS).  This project had implemented the Library Management System (LMS) which aims to assist all library users for more efficient use of the library and its resources. Library collections are catalogued and classified with subject headings based on The Library of Congress Subject Headings.  The titles available in the Law Library can be accessed through ( E-Library Portal).

Quick access to:

- LawNet Singapore

        - LawNet Malaysia

        - E-Library Portal

        - CALC: Loophole

        - International Journal of Legislative Drafting & Law Reform