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Find out about our latest news and updates, competitions, product lunches, new content and much more from Justis, here on our blog. Also visit our events, webinar or charity pages for more relevant updates.

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...

Posted by David Hand | 16 05 2018

Are you a law student?   We are seeking current law students to participate in a focus group, to discuss their experiences of conducting legal research (searching and analysing case law or legislation). You’ll be...

Legal Technology Meet-up, News and updates, blog, webinars, events, charity images
Posted by Matthew Terrell | 16 05 2018

On Thursday 24th May 2018, Justis and RubyDatum will be hosting a Legal Technology Meet-up in London to discuss The Next Generation of Lawyers and Legal Technology. Attendees will be greeted with a welcome gift...

Legal Technology Meet-up, News and updates, blog, webinars, events, charity images
Posted by Matthew Terrell | 10 05 2018

Join Justis and Ruby Datum for an evening of networking and insightful discussions at the next legal technology meet-up. The meet-up will take place at the Justis Office in London on Thursday, May 24th, 6:30pm...

News and updates, blog, webinars, events, charity images, BIALL, Justis party
Posted by Matthew Terrell | 10 05 2018

This year Justis are hosting a party for BIALL 2018 delegates, near the conference venue in Birmingham, on the 6th June 2018, at 19:00. Justis Party Theme Revealed! This year, the theme for the Justis...

News and updates, blog, webinars, events, charity images, CALL, Justis party
Posted by Matthew Terrell | 10 05 2018

This year Justis are hosting a party for CALL 2018 delegates, near the conference venue in Halifax, on the 26th May at 19:30. Justis Party Theme Revealed!. The theme for the Justis party will be…...

Posted by David Hand | 09 05 2018

Our first ever Law and Technology International Writing Competition has officially finished. Our shortlisted entries were announced in January, judging began in February, and the runners-up and overall winner announced in March. Congratulations to our...

News and updates, blog, webinars, events, charity images, BBA, Caribbean, Barbados
Posted by Matthew Terrell | 04 05 2018

Evidence in Criminal Matters: Reliability of uncorroborated Oral Confessions Are the current standards for admissibility of uncorroborated oral confessions sufficient? Should less weight be placed on such evidence? These questions, among many others, will be...

News and updates, blog, webinars, events, charity images, London, Legal, Walk
Posted by Matthew Terrell | 04 05 2018

This year members of the Justis team will be joining the London Legal Walk on the 21st May, to help raise much needed funds for charities that provide life changing legal advice and representation to...

Posted by Matthew Terrell | 03 05 2018

Professionals from both the legal and technology sectors gathered at the Justis HQ on Wednesday 25th April 2018 to listen to our influential panelists discuss the changes, trends and challenges of procurement in the legal...

News and updates, blog, webinars, events, charity images, EU, JustisOne, EU case law
Posted by David Hand | 03 05 2018

Since becoming the first commercial database provider to partner with the European Commission in 1986, Justis has had a long history of providing EU legal information and working to make it more accessible to practitioners,...

News and updates, blog, webinars, events, charity images, LTIWC, winner, Law, Technology
Posted by David Hand | 03 05 2018

International Writing Competition 2018 overall winning article. Due Process and Unconstitutionally Obtained Evidence in the Digital Age Under Moore’s Law the number of transistors in an integrated circuit doubles relative to cost and size every two...

Posted by David Hand | 03 05 2018

For those who saw the first part of the Justis Roadmap that we shared in March, we wanted to update you on the additions we have made to JustisOne, and to share upcoming updates and improvements...

Posted by David Hand | 03 05 2018

A contributing author to Justis, Mukta Balroop, a Chevening Scholar, explores the relationship between data protection and whistleblowing in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica revelations. His discussion is focussed on the Caribbean region, and...

Posted by David Hand | 01 05 2018

In April 2018 we added 1,069 cases to JustisOne: United Kingdom CCH British Tax Cases 45 CCH British VAT Cases 35 E&W Judgments Civil 198 E&W Judgments Criminal 18 E&W Judgments HoL/SC 6 Ireland Justis...

Posted by David Hand | 04 04 2018

A contributing author to Justis, Mukta Balroop, a Chevening Scholar, investigates the impact of online case law services on judgment writing in the Caribbean region, through a series of interviews conducted with members of the...

Posted by David Hand | 03 04 2018

In March 2018 we added 1,225 cases to Justis, including new transcripts from Australia, Canada, UK, Ireland, and the Caribbean: CCH British Tax Cases 25 CCH British VAT Cases 13 Justis BVI Cases 6 E&W...

Posted by David Hand | 30 03 2018

In October 2017 we launched the first ever Law & Technology International Writing Competition. The competition drew submissions from students across five continents at world-leading universities, including the University of Oxford, Harvard Law School, University...

Posted by David Hand | 23 03 2018

At Justis we are pleased to announce a new partnership that will help to provide developing countries with access to legal information. Justis will be included in the Research4Life programme GOALI – Global Online Access...

Posted by David Hand | 01 03 2018

Over the past few months law students around the globe have been waiting in anticipation for the final judging. Earlier this year we quietly hand-selected four judges to sit alongside our Managing Director, to score...

Justus legal technology development roadmap JustisOne image
Posted by David Hand | 01 03 2018

We wanted to share with you a section of our development roadmap, which highlights some of the significant features we are currently working on to improve JustisOne. Many of the current improvements come from working...

Posted by David Hand | 01 03 2018

Training is a vital component in being able to undertake effective, efficient legal research. With vast libraries consisting of hundreds of thousands of cases, pinpointing the small handful that will be influential to the argument...

Posted by David Hand | 01 03 2018

As time progresses, technology advances. Information about the law is now readily accessible to everyone due to the advent of technology, specifically the Internet. People can now access and read judgments from different courts, news...

Posted by David Hand | 01 03 2018

In February 2018 we’ve added 1,073 cases to Justis, including new transcripts from Australia, Canada, UK, Ireland, the Caribbean and New Zealand: CCH British Tax Cases 44 CCH British VAT Cases 23 Inquest Law Reports...