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Posted by Matthew Terrell | 30 03 2017

Justis Publishing Ltd  is pleased to announce that its provider-neutral legal citator, JustCite, now indexes both The Jersey Law Reports and the Jersey Judgments series. Masoud Gerami, managing director of Justis Publishing, said: “I am...

Posted by Matthew Terrell | 30 03 2017

New Justis BVI Judgments series to bring hundreds of electronically searchable documents to a worldwide audience for the first time London, United Kingdom, December 15, 2010 –(PR.com)– Beginning in January Justis Publishing[1] will host the...

Posted by Emily Craxton | 06 03 2017

Justis Publishing and vLex are pleased to jointly announce their Distribution Agreement for the regions of Continental Europe, Puerto Rico & Latin America.  vLex will serve as exclusive distributor for Justis Publishing in all these...

Posted by Matthew Terrell | 30 01 2017

Published in: AUSTRALIAN LAW LIBRARIAN Vol. 25 No. 1 2017 By Masoud Gerami, Justis. When I was at the local train station early one morning with a suitcase, the guard asked me where I was...

Posted by Emily Craxton | 20 01 2017

“Every decision is binding no matter whether it is reported in the regular series of Law Reports, or is unreported. Once you have the transcript, you can cite it as of equal authority to a...

Posted by Zenaira Khan | 16 01 2017

Why should I consider cases from other jurisdictions when I’m undertaking legal research? This is a question that no doubt resonates with students and others when tasked with preparing for a case, assignment or other work requiring extensive research. With the shared...

Posted by Zenaira Khan | 16 01 2017

Taxonomy: “A documented and orderly set of types, classifications, categorizations and/or principles that are often achieved through mechanisms including but not limited to naming, defining and/or the grouping of attributes, and which ultimately help to...

Posted by Zenaira Khan | 19 12 2016

Justis is delighted to announce that you can now access cases from the Caribbean Court of Justice, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Island, Bermuda, Jamaican and Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court in an essential new JustisOne Core...

Posted by Justis | 12 12 2016

Today, we are very pleased to announce our new collection of Irish case law is available on JustisOne. The Justis Irish Cases (JIC) and the Judgments in the Law Library (JILL), including signed PDFs of...

Posted by Emily Craxton | 25 10 2016

Change can be scary for some. But when a course prospectus warns you of the negative repercussions if you are faint-hearted, you start imagining the worst. Given the massive influx of barristers in the recent...

Posted by Zenaira Khan | 18 10 2016

“To LLB or not to LLB? That is the question”. As exam period approaches, many students at various stages of their education will be contemplating whether to, and perhaps what to, study at university. For...

Posted by Zenaira Khan | 18 10 2016

Whether you’re looking to start your first six or considering a third, applying for pupillage can be an overwhelming experience. With the Bar Standards Board (BSB) requiring that pupillages are advertised only on the central...

Posted by Matthew Terrell | 14 10 2016

Justis Publishing, the London-based legal information provider behind Justis and JustCite—-two leading databases for UK legal research, has unveiled its newest research platform—-JustisOne. This new “intelligent” research platform has greatly expanded the content of its...

Posted by Zenaira Khan | 21 09 2016

“Look to where the Law is going, not where the Law is.” Ayomide Akin-Oteniya recently organised an event at Hogan Lovells on celebrating diversity in the legal industry. The event was comprised of a number of talks...

Posted by Zenaira Khan | 16 09 2016

It was recently reported by the BBC that in the future jobs will increasingly be at risk of automation from artificial intelligence (AI). Boston Consulting Group predicts that by 2025 up to one quarter of jobs...

Posted by Justis | 18 07 2016

Court; The theatre of the legal world where the law comes to life. An experience that can be unforgettable and fascinating in equal measure. For anyone interested in seeing the law in practice, but who hasn’t attended...

Posted by Zenaira Khan | 01 07 2016

Exam period is approaching so it’s worth stocking up on tips on how to get the best of your revision. Scoring high marks in exams is not just about what you know or how much...

Posted by Emily Craxton | 22 06 2016

We live in a world of facial recognition, genome sequencing, and automatic fraud detection. You can talk to your phone out loud have it translate your words into any language you like. Your car can...

Posted by Justis | 18 06 2016

For law students and practitioners, reading a judgment is nothing new. It is something ingrained in you from the moment you immerse yourself in the world of law. The problem is that as a law...

Posted by Fojan Nourouzi | 17 05 2016

Preparing for a moot can be stressful. The scenario you are given may include issues which you have no prior knowledge on. Don’t panic, instead break down the preparation process step by step. Identify the...

Posted by Justis | 10 05 2016

Knowing how you best learn is perhaps one of the most important things you can gain in your time studying. Are you a visual or auditory learner? Armed with this awareness you can start planning...

Posted by Fojan Nourouzi | 05 05 2016

There seems to be widespread opposition to the right to die from Parliament. This opinion seems to be rather consistent and entrenched as the BBC reported that 74% of MPs voted against the Assisted Dying...

Posted by Fojan Nourouzi | 04 04 2016

Every law student is looking for the secret to writing a good law essay. “What do I need to include?” “How do I organise my ideas?” But most importantly, “how can I get access to...

Posted by Zenaira Khan | 01 04 2016

Developments in science and technology have transformed virtually every industry and although it has been slow to adapt, the legal sector is no different. Clients are increasingly turning to the internet for legal information, and...

Posted by Zenaira Khan | 16 03 2016

The United States may be known for its bizarre cases, but the courtrooms of England and Wales are not immune to their fair share of the downright peculiar court cases. Pringles are … crisps In...

Posted by Zenaira Khan | 16 01 2016

When a woman says, “I do” this in past times has meant that she gives up her ability to say, “I don’t want to”. This was the rule in common law for many centuries, taking...

Posted by Zenaira Khan | 16 01 2016

The judgment in the case of CHEZ Razpredelenie Bulgaria AD v Komisia za zashtita ot diskriminatsias is inconsistent with the Equality Act 2010 (EA2010),. Since being handed down on 16th July 2015,.there is the real potential that...

Posted by Zenaira Khan | 16 01 2016

Google, owner of YouTube, has announced that it will help fund the legal fees for content creators who have received takedown notices, where their material is considered to be fair use. Under the terms of...

Posted by Matthew Terrell | 02 01 2016

The Northern Ireland Assembly was established as part of the Belfast Agreement reached at the multi-party negotiations on Friday 10th April 1998, known as the “Good Friday Agreement”, which established the idea of “parity of...

Posted by Masoud Gerami | 08 12 2015

I attended the Law via the Internet conference in Sydney last month, as I have done a number of times since 2008.  This has always been an interesting conference to attend due to the sheer...