case law

Posted by Zenaira Khan | 19th December 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...

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Posted by Justis | 12th October 2016

Today, we are very pleased to announce our new collection of Irish case law is available on Justis. This brings you the Justis Irish Cases (JIC) and the Judgments in...

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Posted by Fojan Nourouzi | 12th July 2015

Intern, Fojan Nourouzi, writes on her reaction to seeing JustisOne for the first time and what she thinks it could do for law students at university. My first reaction to seeing...

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Posted by Justis | 26th May 2015

If you are conducting legal research the ability to filter and generate relevant results is very important.  In my experience of working in a technical support environment, search queries are surprisingly...

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Posted by Zenaira Khan | 17th April 2015

Since 2001 the judiciary of England and Wales has been issuing neutral citations to every decided case heard in the High Court, Court of Appeal, Supreme Court (previously House of...

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Posted by Justis | 21st January 2015

I recently read that "it doesn't matter how many resources you have, if you don't know how to use them, it will never be enough". This got me thinking about...

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Posted by Zenaira Khan | 19th December 2014

Knowing how to distinguish between "good" and "bad" law is an essential weapon in every law student and lawyer's arsenal of skills. Cases can be, and indeed often are, complicated....

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Posted by Justis | 16th December 2014

Knowledge of treatment types is essential for law students, academics and practitioners. Even if that knowledge is only drawn upon occasionally, it is useful to be aware of the routine...

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Posted by Justis | 1st October 2014

There are many ways to learn about the law. For university students they attend lectures and seminars, trawl through textbooks and casebooks, and occasionally trek to the library to sift...

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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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