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Law and Legal Studies electronic resources 7: United Kingdom

  • General and Gateway Resources
  • Legislation and Legislatures
  • Cases and Courts
  • Legal Services and Research Publications
  • Government Organisations, Publications and Statistics
  • UK Legal Academy
  • Newsletters and eJournals
  • Selected Subject Resources
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    UK: General and Gateway Resources

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    AccessToLaw Links to UK and global legal resources selected and annotated by Inner Temple Library. Includes signposts to online directories of the legal profession, expert witnesses, and other reference sources.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    BAILII British and Irish legislation, court and tribunal decisions, and law reform papers, the UK Treaty Library, decisions of the ECHR, ECJ and Privy Council, and links to World Law Resources. The site also provides multiple advanced search options including a citator function enabling discovery of subsequent considerations of cases, cases citing particular legislative provisions, citation of journal articles and more. Service is maintained by the British and Irish Legal Information Institute and partners.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Crime, justice and the law Brief information and guidance relating to policing, crime reporting, victim support, courts, prison, probation, rights and other law and justice related processes and services provided by the UK government's GOV.UK website.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Eagle-i Eagle-i (Electronic Access to Global Legal Information) is a searchable and browse-able portal to high quality web resources for UK, European, Foreign, Comparative and International law. Covers 200 countries as well as non-governmental international bodies and organisations involved in international law. The service provides content assessments and well-maintained dynamic links. Building on records originally created for Intute: Law, this service is developed as a national research resource for the UK by the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents This service is part of Lexis Library.
    Halsburys Laws of England This service is part of Lexis Library.
    InfoLaw Gateway Gateway to UK legal resources on the web.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Lawbore City Law School 's legal resources portal offers links to online resources by legal topic, jurisdiction and resource type. See “ Learnmore ” for “how-to” guides and tutorials. See also LawboreProfessiona.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Lawlinks Award winning site signposting freely available web resources, and providing hints for working with legal information resources. Maintained by the Law Library of the University of Kent at Canterbury.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Legal Resources in UK and Ireland (Delia Venables) Independent guide to UK and Irish legal resources on the web.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Lexis Library Extensive online law library focussing on law in the UK. In addition to legislation, law reports, associated updating functions, selected journals and legal news sources, Lexis provides many long standing and leading sources of practical legal commentary, forms and precedents and regulatory materials. The service enables easy access to many systematically updated general encyclopaedias, and specialised works whose multi volume and loose leaf printed equivalents are often hard to access at the British Library. Training resources are available online at LexisNexis Academy.
    This is a subscription based service and can only be accessed at the British Library. For help with this resource please see staff at the Social Sciences Reference desk.
    SCLR Links & Online Resources Web links aimed at Scottish legal practitioners and those seeking information Scots law. Links are selected by Sheriff Derek O'Carroll and hosted by the Scottish Council of Law Reporting.
    This is a subscription based service and can only be accessed from the reading room.
    Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia (The Laws of Scotland) This service is part of Lexis Library.
    Westlaw UK Includes EU & UK legislation, law reports & case digests, citators & analysis (commencement, amendment, subsequent treatment, history etc), Legal Journals Index, Financial Journals Index Archive;(-Mar. 2006), selected full text law journals, news & current awareness, selected UK subject encyclopaedias and multi-jurisdictional sources.
    This is a subscription based service and can only be accessed from the reading room.
    NB: Access is password protected. Please ask Social Science s desk staff to log you in.

    UK: Legislation and Legislatures

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    BAILII British and Irish legislation, court and tribunal decisions, and law reform papers, the UK Treaty Library, decisions of the ECHR, ECJ and Privy Council, and links to World Law Resources. The site also provides multiple advanced search options including a citator function enabling discovery of subsequent considerations of cases, cases citing particular legislative provisions, citation of journal articles and more. Service is maintained by the British and Irish Legal Information Institute and partners.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    House of Commons Parliamentary Papers 1688- Search and browse access to full text of white papers, bills (House of Commons printings), Lords and Commons Hansard from 1803 as well as earlier records of parliamentary proceedings, and selected sources of historical legislation. Also provides access UK treaties, crime, policing, judicial, and prison statistics, departmental and agency annual reports and accounts, scrutiny of justice policy, and law reform papers.
    This is a subscription based service and can only be accessed from the reading room.
    Legislation.gov UK, English, Welsh, Scottish and Irish legislation. Provides revised texts up to 2001, including a limited range of point in time snapshots and historical revisions. From 2002 texts of legislation are provided as enacted or made, and amendments are listed. Texts of Public General Acts as enacted are also provided for partly extant historical legislation in some instances.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Lexis Library Extensive online law library focussing on law in the UK. In addition to legislation, law reports, associated updating functions, selected journals and legal news sources, Lexis provides many long standing and leading sources of practical legal commentary, forms and precedents and regulatory materials. The service enables easy access to many systematically updated general encyclopaedias, and specialised works whose multi volume and loose leaf printed equivalents are often hard to access at the British Library. Training resources are available online at LexisNexis Academy.
    This is a subscription based service and can only be accessed at the British Library. For help with this resource please see staff at the Social Sciences Reference desk.
    National Assembly for Wales Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru Official website of the National Assembly for Wales: includes texts of Acts/Measures passed by the Assembly. Also includes texts of Proposed Measures and bills, relevant debates, committee considerations and other documentation including guidance on legislative process and competence.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Public Information Online Brings together and provides full text access, bibliographic and tracking information for parliamentary publications of UK legislatures and assemblies from mid 2000s. Includes bill tracking.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Scottish Parliament / Pàrlamaid na h-Alba Official website of the Scottish Parliament: includes texts of bills as proposed and as amended, relevant debates and committee outputs, guidance on legislative process, and other documentation.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Statutes at Large (Ruffhead) on ECCO Statutes at Large edited by Owen Ruffhead. Published in eight volumes in 1763. (ESTC T134761) Coverage: revised statutes from Magna Carta to 1761. Volume 9, published 1765, (ESTC No. T143093) includes an index to all volumes. Available via Eighteenth Century Collections Online.
    This is a subscription based service and can only be accessed from the reading room.
    Statutes at Large (Ruffhead & Runnington) on ECCO Statutes at large published 1786 to 1800 in 14 volumes “revised, corrected and continued” from Owen Ruffhead's editions by Charles Runnington. Provides revised texts of statutes from Magna Carta to 1800. Also includes subject indexing and lists local and private acts. Available via Eighteenth Century Collections Online. (ESTC No. T134763)
    This is a subscription based service and can only be accessed from the reading room.
    Statutes of the Realm Statutes from 1235 (Statute of Merton) to 1713, in English, Latin and Norman French with translation. Published between 1810 and 1825 following an officially commissioned examination of extant sources and public records, and available within Hein Online in English Reports and Selden collections.
    This is a subscription based service and can only be accessed from the reading room.
    For help with this resources see staff at the Social Sciences Reference Enquiry Desk.
    UK Legislatures British Library links to free online and subscription resources for UK and Scottish Parliaments, National Assembly for Wales and other sources for bills, legislation, and records of legislatures.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    UK Parliament Official website of the United Kingdom Parliament: includes texts of bills as proposed and amended for recent sessions, systematic signposting to older bill numbers and versions, committee and whole house consideration of proposed legislation, and useful publications and guidance on legislation and process. Useful resources include This site is freely available on the Internet.
    UK Statutes (CD-ROM) Acts of English, Great Britain and United Kingdom Parliaments from 1235 to 2003. Acts of the Scottish Parliament from 1999 to 2003. The text of early legislation is based on editions of Statutes at Large. Cross references are provided between amending and amended legislation up to 2003. (Published by Context, subsequently Justis Publishing).
    CD-ROM available in carrel 18 in the Social Science s Reading Room: Justis Titles.
    Westlaw UK Includes EU & UK legislation, law reports & case digests, citators & analysis (commencement, amendment, subsequent treatment, history etc), Legal Journals Index, Financial Journals Index Archive;(-Mar. 2006), selected full text law journals, news & current awareness, selected UK subject encyclopaedias and multi-jurisdictional sources.
    This is a subscription based service and can only be accessed from the reading room.
    NB: Access is password protected. Please ask Social Science s desk staff to log you in.

    UK: Cases and Courts

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    BAILII – Case Law A major resource drawing together transcripts of judgments from major courts and tribunals in Britain and Ireland in a single website. Coverage is predominantly from 1990s to date, although historical collections and landmark cases are being acquired retrospectively. Numerous advanced search options are provided including a case citator function. Service maintained by the British and Irish Legal Information Institute.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Court Hearing Lists Daily court hearing lists from justice.gov.uk. Also links to Xhibit hearing information and externally to Courtel's CourtServe.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    English Reports (CommonLII) Judicial decisions from c.1200 to c.1865 originally published in multiple separate series of so called nominate reports (or Old Reports) and selectively republished by W. Green & Sons, (1900-1932) in 176 volumes. Data provided by Justis Publishing and hosted by the Commonwealth Legal Information Institute.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    English Reports   The English Reports are also available via These are subscription based services and can only be accessed from the reading room.
    NB: Westlaw is password protected. Please see staff at the Social Science s Reference Enquiry desk to log you in
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    English Reports Table Table showing which of the 176 volumes of the printed English Reports cover a particular court, Old (Nominate) Reports series, and date.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    HM Courts & Tribunals Service Nested within the Ministry of Justice website, this HMCTS page provides quick links to statistical publications, court finder and contact details, procedural rules, practice directions, court forms, other guidance and practical information. Further policy and administrative publications relating to courts and tribunals are distributed throughout www.justice.gov.uk
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    House of Lords Judgments archive Full text of all House of Lords judgments delivered between November 1996 and July 2009.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    ICLR Law Reports Incorporated Council of Law Reporting (ICLR):
    • ICLR:Case Search. Citations to and, from 2009, summaries of cases covered by ICLR law report series. Replaces WLR Daily and ICR Express.
      This site is freely available on the Internet.
    • Westlaw UK - Full Text of The Law Reports (1865-), Weekly Law Reports(1956-), Industrial Cases Reports (1972-), Business Law Reports (2007-), Public & Third Sector Law Reports (2009-).
    • Arrangement of the Series Entitled "The Law Reports". Guide showing the arrangement, structure, sub series titles and citation of The Law Reports, from the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.
      This site is freely available on the Internet.
    • CD-ROM archive: Weekly Law Reports (1956 to 2003) and The Law Reports (1865 – 2003). (Published by Context/Justis Publishing). (N.B. subsequent citation of the judgments in this resource are not noted up.).
      CD-ROM available in carrel 18 in the Social Sciences Reading Room: Justis Titles.
    Judiciary.gov.uk Website of the Judiciary of England and Wales and the Tribunals Judiciary maintained by the Judicial Office. Provides links to court and tribunal judgments and decisions (see Media tab), practice directions, biographies of the judiciary, statistics and reports, learning materials and practical information.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Law Index (Swarbrick) This site provides digests of and law report citations for thousands of cases. Further summaries and full text judgments are available for a fee via the full LawIndexPro service.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Lexis Library Extensive online law library focussing on law in the UK. In addition to legislation, law reports, associated updating functions, selected journals and legal news sources, Lexis provides many long standing and leading sources of practical legal commentary, forms and precedents and regulatory materials. The service enables easy access to many systematically updated general encyclopaedias, and specialised works whose multi volume and loose leaf printed equivalents are often hard to access at the British Library. Training resources are available online at LexisNexis Academy.
    This is a subscription based service and can only be accessed at the British Library. For help with this resource please see staff at the Social Sciences Reference desk.
    Northern Ireland Courts & Tribunal Service Website provides information relating to the administrative support for all courts and tribunals in Northern Ireland , support of an independent judiciary, enforcement of civil court judgments, and delivery of publicly funded legal services. Provides judicial decisions, research, consultative and policy publications including statistics.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Old Bailey Online Full and searchable text of reports of historical trials in London 's Central Criminal Court. Includes Old Bailey Proceedings 1670 – 1910, Ordinary of Newgate's Accounts 1670 – 1770. The web sites also links to associated records for a particular trial held in other repositories, offers collections of essays, supporting commentary, guidance, and text mining opportunities producing statistics and linguistic analysis.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Privy Council Appeal Cases British Library web page introducing our collections and signposting key web sites for researching Appeal cases heard by the Privy Council and its Judicial Committee (JCPC).
    Privy Council (Judicial Committee) Official website of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (JCPC). Provides and signposts judgments of decided cases, court procedures, historical background and other information.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Privy Council Papers Online A collaborative project aiming to catalogue and analyse historical appeal cases heard by the Privy Council and its Judicial Committee, and provide access to selected records.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Revised Reports Republication, in 149 volumes with index and tables, of cases originally reported between 1785 to 1866, and still held to have practical utility when published by Sweet and Maxwell between 1891 and 1917. Available as part of Hein Online: Selden Society Publications and the History of English Law.
    This is a subscription based service and can only be accessed from the reading room.
    Scotland: Judiciary of Scotland Maintained by the Judicial Office for Scotland this site explains the structure and role of Scottish courts and judiciary. Other offerings include provision or signposting of selected judgments, consultative and administrative publications, and advice for attending court.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Scottish Courts Scottish Court Service website providing general and practical information, court opinions, procedural and administrative publications, news and more relating to the Courts of Session, High Courts of Justiciary, Sheriff Courts, District Courts & and other courts and tribunals.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Supreme Court Website of the Supreme Court of the UK and of England and Wales. Site includes judgments of decided cases from October 2009 and details of current cases.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Tribunal Decisions Tribunal decision databases via the Judiciary of England and Wales and Tribunals Judiciary website.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Trust Online Provides access to public records relating to the issue and satisfaction of a specific range of court orders and tribunal decisions involving monetary awards and fines (including county court judgments) in England and Wales, Scotland, Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man and Jerse . The registers of judgments, orders and fines are maintained, and search and access provided by non-profit company the Registry Trust through a public-private contract.
    The Registry Trust apply a charge for searches and reports.
    Westlaw UK - Cases Full text law reports including judicially preferred general series for England and Scotland, and a wide range of specialised series. Also includes case digests, search and citator functions. These cover a huge additional range of law report series, and provide up to date cross referencing to subsequent judicial treatment, and current status of cases.
    This is a subscription based service and can only be accessed from the reading room.
    NB : Access is password protected. Please ask Social Science s desk staff to log you in.
    Year Books: Seipp's Abridgement Index and searchable database of content and descriptive data for the Year Books (contemporary manuscript reports and subsequent, printed editions and abridgements of medieval English legal cases) compiled by Professor David Seipp of Boston College of Law. The database provides paraphrasing of each case as well as an image from the Vulgate Reprint. Lists detailing the locations of early print editions, abridgements, and manuscript reports, and a bibliography of Yearbook scholarship are also provided.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.

    UK: Legal Services and Research Publications

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    Bar Council The General Council of the Bar is the representative body for barristers in England and Wales . Site includes statistics (See About Barristers) and consultation reports as well as guidance and other information about the role of council, work of barristers, Inns of Court, and specialist groups. Also links to directories of barristers.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Law Society of England and Wales Website of representative body for solicitors in England and Wales. Site includes research publications, statistics and fact sheets as well as policy discussion, news, information about professional issues and specialist groups, publications and services, as well as a directory of solicitors. This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Legal Profession links Links to more than 60 UK and international legal professional associations and associated online directories provided by the Inner Temple library's Access To Law website.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Legal Services Board Independent body overseeing the regulation of lawyers in England and Wales . Site includes research publications (See: What We Do/Research ) and links to representative bodies and independent regulatory arms for solicitors, barristers and other branches of the legal profession.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Legal Services Commission Website of the public body overseeing the legal aid scheme in England and Wales. Provides information about the administration of the Community Legal and Criminal Defence Services.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Legal Services Research Centre Publications Empirical socio-legal research papers and fact sheets relating to legal services, access to justice and legal aid. Selected publications are served from the Ministry of Justice Website. A link is provided to the Government Web Archive for a much wider selection of research publications from Legal Services and Legal Aid Board research units.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.

    UK: Government Organisation, Publications and Statistics

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    Equality and Human Rights Commission The Equality and Human Rights Commission site includes research publications and other information about rights and discrimination relating to race, disability, sexual orientation, age, religion and belief.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    HM Courts and Tribunals Service Nested within the Ministry of Justice website HMCTS pages provide policy information, procedural rules and forms, and other guidance and practical information relating to the operation and use of courts and tribunals in England and Wales.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Home Office Website of government department with policy responsibilities including crime, and policing. Site includes research and statistical publications relating to these and other areas of socio-legal interest. (See also UK Central Government Web Archive).
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    House of Commons Parliamentary Papers 1688- Search and browse access to full text of white papers, bills (House of Commons printings), Lords and Commons Hansard from 1803 as well as earlier records of parliamentary proceedings, and selected sources of historical legislation. Also provides access UK treaties, crime, policing, judicial, and prison statistics, departmental and agency annual reports and accounts, scrutiny of justice policy, and law reform papers.
    This is a subscription based service and can only be accessed from the reading room.
    For help with this resource see staff at the Social Science s Reference Enquiry desk.
    Law Commission for England and Wales Consultations, reports, and other information relating to the review and recommendation for reform and consolidation of the law in England Wales including the 2011 – 2015 programme for Law Reform. Includes enquiries informed by empirical and socio-legal research.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Ministry of Justice Ministry of Justice website combining multiple, previously distinct, government sites relating to public administration of justice in England and Wales. This site is freely available on the Internet.
    National Governments Links provided by the British Library's Official Publications curator to online and other electronic resources for discovery of and full text access to parliamentary and departmental official publications including UK publications.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Northern Ireland Department of Justice Official website pertaining to the public administration of Justice in Northern Ireland. Resources include administrative and research publications relating to devolved aspects of policing and justice functions and the department's five agencies.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Northern Ireland Law Commission Information relating to the review, development and reform of the law in Northern Ireland.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Scottish Government Official website of the Scottish Government including social research, statistical and consultative publications relating to law and the public administration of justice.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Scottish Law Commission Information relating to the review, and reform of statute law in Scotland.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    UK Government Web Archive Access to archived, point-in-time instances of UK national governmental websites, and thus to research publications and other information about the administration of justice and the UK regulatory landscape that can no longer be found on live government websites. The archive can be searched by url or key words, and browsed by category, themed collections or an A-Z listing of archived websites.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.

    UK: Legal Academy

    See also Law and Legal Studies: Scholarship and Research for Cross-Disciplinary Legal Research Groups and Associations.

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    Academy of Social Sciences UK Organisation including individual and learned society members, aimed at promoting social science for the public benefit.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Association of Law Teachers (ALT) Organisation representing law teachers in further and higher education, and conducting research on legal education. Website includes information about regular publications, policy and consultation responses, conferences and other events.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    British Academy The British Academy describes itself as the UK 's national body for humanities and social sciences.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Socio-Legal Studies Association Web site of the UK based Socio-Legal Studies Association, a group of scholars engaged, at the nexus of law, humanities and social-sciences , in empirically and theoretically informed study of socio-legal phenomena. Provides access to newsletter and index, news and events bulletin board, membership directory, and research area including subject and research centre links.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Society of Legal Scholars   Website of the learned society for legal scholars and university law teachers. Site includes information on special interest groups and committees, conferences, other legal events, research funding and prizes.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.

    UK: Newsletters and eJournals

    See also:

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    Journal Online Journal of the Law Society of Scotland.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Law Society Gazette Weekly news and issues from the Gazette of the Law Society of England and Wales. An archive of articles from back issues is available.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    The Lawyer Weekly news and issues with articles from back issues.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Lexis Library Extensive online law library focussing on law in the UK. In addition to legislation, law reports, associated updating functions, selected journals and legal news sources, Lexis provides many long standing and leading sources of practical legal commentary, forms and precedents and regulatory materials. The service enables easy access to many systematically updated general encyclopaedias, and specialised works whose multi volume and loose leaf printed equivalents are often hard to access at the British Library. Training resources are available online at LexisNexis Academy.
    This is a subscription based service and can only be accessed at the British Library. For help with this resource please see staff at the Social Sciences Reference desk.
    Socio Legal Newsletter Newsletter Archive of the UK Socio-Legal Studies Association. Includes subject index and digest of reviewed research publications.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Web Journal of Current Legal Issues The focus of the Journal is on current legal issues in judicial decisions, law reform, legislation, legal research, policy related socio-legal research, legal information, information technology and practice.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Westlaw UK Westlaw UK includes general news and legal current awareness modules. This is a subscription based service and can only be accessed from the reading room.
    NB : Access is password protected. Please ask Social Science s desk staff to log you in.

    UK: Selected Subject Resources

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    Company Law
    Palmers Company Law In Westlaw UK This is a subscription based service and can only be accessed from the reading room.
    NB: Access is password protected. Please ask Social Science s desk staff to log you in
    Employment Law
    Harvey on Industrial Relations & Employment Law This service is part of Lexis Library.
    Family & Child Law
    Butterworths Family Law Service (BFLS) This service is part of Lexis Library.
    Clarke Hall and Morrison on Children This service is part of Lexis Library.
    Encyclopedia of Social Services and Childcare Law This service is part of Westlaw UK.
    Jackson's Matrimonial Finance This service is part of Lexis Library.
    New Law Guide to the Family Procedure Rules This service is part of Lexis Library.
    Rayden & Jackson on Divorce & Family Matters This service is part of Lexis Library.
    Landlord and Tenant
    Hill & Redman's Law of Landlord & Tenant This service is part of Lexis Library.
    Woodfall: Landlord and Tenant In Westlaw UK This is a subscription based service and can only be accessed from the reading room.
    NB: Access is password protected. Please ask Social Science s desk staff to log you in.
    Miscellaneous
    Cross on Local Government Law This service is part of Westlaw UK.
    Practice and Procedure
    Atkins Encyclopaedia of Court Forms in Civil Proceedings This service is part of Lexis Library.
    Civil Court Practice (The "Green" Book) This service is part of Lexis Library.
    Procedure Rules (E&W) Civil, Criminal and Family procedure rules from HM Courts and Tribunals Service on www.justice.gov.uk
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Practice Directions Practice directions provided by Judiciary.gov.uk
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Social Welfare Law
    Encyclopedia of Social Services and Childcare Law This service is part of Westlaw UK.
    Rightsnet Rightsnet.org.uk provides access to news, legislation, cases and guidance on welfare rights. See Toolkit for links to resources on Rightsnet and on government and voluntary sector websites: decision makers guides and manuals, Blue and Orange law volumes, reported and unreported commissioners decisions, Neligan's Digest, guidance, circulars, appeals procedures, leaflets and more.
    This site is freely available on the Internet.
    Tolley's Social Security and State Benefit This service is part of Lexis Library.