Where can I find law reports UK?
LexisLibrary. LexisLibrary is an online subscription database.
Where can I read UK law cases?
Most reported cases and some judgment transcripts (or ‘official transcripts’) can be located in either LexisLibrary or WestLaw UK legal databases. Another good online source is British & Irish Legal Information Institute (BAILII). Lexis Library.
How do I find an Irish case law?
JustisOne is both a full-text database of case law and legislation as well as a citator, replacing Justis and JustCite. It is a legal database providing authoritative coverage of UK and Irish primary case law and specialist case law, UK statute law, and easily- searchable European case law and legislation.
How do I find UK cases?
Where can I find English Cases online?
- HeinOnline, English Reports (1220-1867) http://www.sandiego.edu/law/library/find-resources/research-databases/
- House of Lords Cases (1996-2009)
- Supreme Court (pending and decided cases)
- British and Irish Legal Information Institute.
- Westlaw (HTML only)
- LexisNexis (HTML only)
What are law reports UK?
A law report is a record of a judicial decision on a point of law which sets a precedent. Not all decisions taken in a court of law set a precedent, however interesting they may be in terms of the facts of the case or its consequences.
Where can I find Irish reports?
The Irish Digests Available in hard copy from the ICLR, online on the Justis legal library, and cross-referenced by the JustCite citator.
Are law reports reliable?
Furthermore, the publication of the case Law, via the use of Law reports, allows for the accurate recording of both the facts behind the decision and the reasoning behind the Judge’s ruling, therefore, allowing for the creation of a reliable precedent which can be referred back to via other legal professionals.
What are the Irish reports?
The Irish Reports is the most authoritative series of Irish case reports available. The Irish Reports cover important decisions of the Superior Courts of Ireland (High Court, Court of Criminal Appeal and Supreme Court), which constitute binding precedents in Irish law.
Which law reports are the most authoritative?
The Official Law Reports: Appeal Cases (AC), Queen’s Bench (QB), Family (Fam), Chancery (Ch) and earlier series of the Law Reports published by the ICLR have been the most authoritative reports (or ‘best report’) since 1865. These reports include summaries of counsels’ argument.
Are court sentences public record UK?
Under English Law it is a general principle that criminal court proceedings for adults should be held openly and in public. The verdict and sentence are normally given out in open court and so are in the public domain.