Matthew Terrell

Posted by Matthew Terrell | 18th January 2015

Head of State: Queen Elizabeth II Prime Minister (First Lord of the Treasury): David Cameron (MP) (Conservative) INTRODUCTION The Parliament of the United Kingdom is the supreme legislature of Great...

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Posted by Matthew Terrell | 2nd May 2013

Justis Publishing said the new members of staff, who will analyse and research case law and legislation, will be paid starting salaries of £17,000 and will work from home. The...

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Posted by Matthew Terrell | 30th March 2013

Justis Publishing Limited, a London-based legal publishing company, is establishing a base in Northern Ireland, creating eight new jobs with support from Invest Northern Ireland. Justis Publishing is an independent...

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Posted by Matthew Terrell | 30th March 2013

“Headnotes reign supreme when it comes to digesting cases because they tell you what happened and what the result was. They give you the facts,” a London-based barrister said to...

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Posted by Matthew Terrell | 30th March 2012

Justis Publishing Ltd is pleased to announce that its JustCite citator now indexes South African court judgments from The Southern African Legal Information Institute (SAFLII). JustCite is a provider-neutral online...

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Posted by Matthew Terrell | 30th March 2012

Patrick O’Connor, solicitor and former President of the Law Society, who said that the Bill: “will springboard the legal profession two hundred years from the 19th into the 21st Century,...

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Posted by Matthew Terrell | 30th March 2012

Justis Publishing Ltd is pleased to announce that its JustCite citator now indexes South African court judgments from The Southern African Legal Information Institute (SAFLII). JustCite uses advanced search algorithms...

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Posted by Matthew Terrell | 30th March 2010

Seeing Justis Being Done: An Interview with Masoud Gerami, Justis Publishing Managing Director Source 1 Source 2

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Posted by Matthew Terrell | 27th January 2010

The proposal for the creation of a Scottish Parliament was approved in a referendum on September 11th 1997 with 1,775,045 votes (74.3%) in favour of the Parliament and 614,400 votes...

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Posted by Matthew Terrell | 23rd January 2010

The items that J-Link can recognise include: Acts of Parliament – names Acts of Parliament – references Statutory Instruments – names Statutory Instruments – references Scottish Statutory Instruments – references...

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