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Posted by Matthew Terrell | 07 08 2018

Two key elements of the recent Legal Design Sprint were the five real-world problem areas, and how the students applied legal design thinking to conceptualise new solutions to these problems, and what better way to capture...

Posted by David Hand | 06 08 2018

Did you know the Times Law Reports are available on JustisOne, our flagship legal research platform? This collection dates back to 1990 and contains over 15,000 cases. This collection is also updated with over 800...

Posted by David Hand | 31 07 2018

In July 2018 we added 1,476 cases to JustisOne: United Kingdom CCH British Tax Cases 41 CCH British VAT Cases 28 E&W Judgments Civil 205 E&W Judgments Criminal 12 E&W Judgments HoL/SC 15 Inquest Law...

Posted by David Hand | 30 07 2018

Then there is a good chance you have seen us at one of the many law librarian events over the years, and our faithful Barrister Bear who you may have won. If not, there is...

Posted by David Hand | 27 07 2018

On 26th July, Justis co-hosted a Student Legal Design Sprint with Emily Allbon of The City Law School, University of London, where a group of highly engaged students began to apply Legal Design to real-world...

Posted by David Hand | 27 07 2018

Thank you to everyone who came to see us at AALL 2018.   It was great to meet so of you there, and catch up with friends and colleagues. We’re looking forward to AALL 2019...

Posted by David Hand | 17 07 2018

We have improved how you filter search results in JustisOne, with all of the filtering options now available via a single option on the results toolbar. Clicking this will display a set of options to...

Posted by David Hand | 16 07 2018

Technology can make the process of conducting legal research more efficient, but why should firms consider investing in an advanced legal research platform? Legal research is an activity that clients are increasingly resistant to being...

Posted by David Hand | 12 07 2018

It is now possible to download multiple documents on JustisOne, directly from the search results screen. This is accessed by clicking ‘download’ in the results toolbar bar, which will open a menu as shown below....

Posted by David Hand | 03 07 2018

In June 2018 we added 1,090 cases to JustisOne: United Kingdom CCH British Tax Cases 35 CCH British VAT Cases 20 E&W Judgments Civil 164 E&W Judgments Criminal 6 E&W Judgments HoL/SC 8 Ireland Justis...

Posted by David Hand | 01 07 2018

As members of multiple international organisations, states may find themselves bound by conflicting obligations. There are no mechanisms or regulations to guide states in the event of a conflict between global laws. Yet, Article 103...

Posted by David Hand | 30 06 2018

Unlike physical assets, the holders of digital assets rarely enjoy control over how those assets are used or distributed after their lifetime – even in the presence of a ‘social media will.’[1] This results, in...

Posted by David Hand | 29 06 2018

At the recent LegalTech event hosted at the Justis HQ, we sat down for a conversation with one of the panellists, Mary Bonsor of F-LEX, to discuss the next generation of legal practitioners. This unique...

JustisOne new feature
Posted by David Hand | 28 06 2018

We’ve added a new feature to JustisOne! You can now access help, support and feature guides directly in JustisOne. Simply click on the Help button found in the left-hand navigation bar to open this new...

Posted by David Hand | 18 06 2018

Knowing if a case is regarded as good law can often take an extensive amount of time, especially if you are required to read each subsequent judgment or review the treatments that a case receives....

Posted by David Hand | 15 06 2018

EU law has long been considered difficult to piece together; with over 570,000 documents across 10 sectors, with long titles, frequently referred to only by CELEX numbers, alongside other unique EU law features, it can...

Posted by David Hand | 14 06 2018

On May 24th, we hosted a LegalTech London meetup at the Justis HQ, in conjunction with Ruby Datum. The event began with a presentation by Emily Allbon of City Law School entitled: Beyond text: Exploiting...

SourceLink JustisOne legal research
Posted by David Hand | 14 06 2018

Many lawyers across the Commonwealth look towards other jurisdictions when finding potentially influential and binding case law. With hundreds of sources of legal information, all containing different cases from different jurisdictions, where do you start...

Posted by David Hand | 11 06 2018

Thank you to everyone who came to see us at BIALL 2018, and who attended the Justis Party!   It was great to see so many of you there, from everyone who visited our stand,...

Posted by David Hand | 07 06 2018

The CariLaw database has been the go-to destination for many attorneys across the Caribbean region seeking case law since it began in 1970. While the CariLaw website may now be closed, an exciting new era...

Posted by David Hand | 30 05 2018

Thank you to everyone who came to see us at CALL 2018.   It was great to meet so many of you and catch-up with friends and colleagues. We hope you all enjoyed the Justis...

Posted by David Hand | 30 05 2018

In May 2018 we added 1,543 cases to JustisOne: United Kingdom CCH British Tax Cases 26 CCH British VAT Cases 11 E&W Judgments Civil 418 E&W Judgments Criminal 43 E&W Judgments HoL/SC 11 Ireland Justis...

Posted by David Hand | 25 05 2018

On May 24th, we hosted a Legal Technology London meetup at the Justis HQ, alongside Ruby Datum. Thank you to everyone who came along and made it such an exciting event. The event began with...

Posted by Matthew Terrell | 22 05 2018

Following on from Part 1, this post offers a perspective on how JustisOne can be used to find ‘‘Good Law’’, which is crucial for building persuasive arguments.   Good, Bad or Ugly Law?   To...

Posted by David Hand | 18 05 2018

International Writing Competition 2018 overall runner-up article, for the category: The Future of Legal Practice. The three wise men of the 21st century, Stephen Hawking, Bill Gates, and Elon Musk, warn against the potential dangers...

Posted by David Hand | 18 05 2018

International Writing Competition 2018 overall runner-up article, for the category: Global Public Impact. In modern society, mobile Internet access has overcome traditional hurdles to information. An expanse of information is literally now at one’s fingertips:...

Writing competition
Posted by David Hand | 18 05 2018

International Writing Competition 2018 overall runner-up article, for the category: Technological Innovations. When the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (“CFAA”) was enacted in 1986, the internet was still in its early stages. Computer Fraud and...

Posted by David Hand | 18 05 2018

As towns and boroughs develop, more and more public spaces contain WIFI; some are provided to the public for free and some for payment. Free WIFI is an incentive to use a space, initiated by...

ALLA 2018
Posted by Matthew Terrell | 17 05 2018

Thank you to everyone who came to see us at ALLA 2018, and who attended the Justis Party!   Congratulations to Robin Gardner on being awarded the 2018 ALLA Law Librarian of the Year, and...

Posted by Matthew Terrell | 17 05 2018

A contributing author to Justis, Mukta Balroop, a Chevening Scholar, and LLM student provides guidance for students required to find and analyse case law as part of their degree. This post provides an introduction to...