Justis is an online legal library of UK, EU and Irish law dating from 1163 to the present day. The Justis legal library provides the most up-to-date case law, legislation and EU Information.
Justis offers you case law in full text with exact replica PDF printouts available for most titles. These are universally accepted in court and eliminate the need to photocopy paper reports.
JustCite is a multi-source legal search engine and citator service providing a fully cross-referenced index to an extensive collection of authoritative UK and European information.
What makes JustCite revolutionary is that it indexes and links to content from a range of publishers on a variety of different services including BAILII, Casetrack, Informa Law, Justis, LexisNexis, Westlaw and more. Furthermore you have the ability to customise the JustCite links to full-text content and display only the titles you subscribe to. JustCite is the first place you will want your users to look for legal information.
Parlianet is an index to the proceedings and publications of both Houses of Parliament in Westminster going back to 1979, plus other information sources used by both the House of Commons and the House of Lords.
The data published on Parlianet is taken from official sources under a unique license with the House of Commons.
It also includes material from the National Assembly for Wales and the Northern Ireland Assembly. At this time no material from the Scottish Parliament is included.
Tenders is the most powerful and authoritative database of European Public Procurement Contracts and Contract Award Notices. A subscription to Tenders gives you unrestricted access to over 900,000 documents, with between 800 and 1,200 new items added daily. The service also allows you to set up unlimited email alerts, which automatically inform you of the latest opportunities based on the criteria you specify.
Tenders is an invaluable source of commercial information, both for firms actively seeking new business and for smaller companies looking to sub-contract to organisations which have been successful in winning major contracts.