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An update to the largest collection of Irish legal information

An update to the largest collection of Irish legal information

Posted by david-hand | 23 September 2020

The Ireland Core Collection on vLex Justis includes the largest collection of case law from Ireland, including Justis Irish Case Law (JICL) and Judgments in the Law Library (JILL). This is available alongside an extensive collection of legislation, and the latest legal news and commentary from top law firms. We have recently enhanced the range of content in this important collection, to make more resources available to anyone who conducting research with the laws of Ireland.

New additions to the Ireland Core Collection

On vLex Justis, our Ireland Core Collection now includes coverage of:

  • The Labour Court
  • The Employment Appeal Tribunal
  • The Equality Tribunal
  • The Workplace Relations Commission¬†


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Intuitive visualisation features, including the Precedent Map and Key Passages, allow for new insights to be drawn from this important collection of Irish legal information.

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