We’re pleased to announce the acquisition of a host of new online UK case law resources now available through the Justis online legal library. New databases of English case law include The Law Reports (1865-present), The Weekly Law Reports (1953-present), The Times Law Reports (1990-present), Daily Cases (1999-present), and State Trials (1163-1858).
All databases are fully keyword searchable and individual cases are presented in facsimile PDF format, eliminating the need to consult the original print volumes. The Justis database also includes online access to UK statutory materials as well as an important collection of international law cases entitled International Law Reports. We welcome our users to acquaint themselves with these useful new resources.
Access Justis on the GW Law network or off-campus using the GW Law proxy server. See our Guide to Using Online Resources for instructions on how to use the proxy server. The Guide also includes a list of all of our other databases available through the network or through the proxy server.
If you have any additional questions regarding the foreign and international law holdings of the Burns Law Library, please contact Herb Somers, Foreign/International Law Librarian, at email@example.com.