The Law Reports
|Coverage||1865 – Present|
|Format||Internet & DVD|
|Data Provider||The Incorporated Council of Law Reporting (ICLR)|
|Additional Info||Exact replica PDFs available|
|Resources||ICLR Special Issue|
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