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ICLR Online Launches

ICLR Online Launches

The Incorporated Council of Law Reporting is a creature of the legal profession itself. The logo that appears at the head of this blog post attests to our official status and standing. The Royal coat of arms is surrounded by those of the four Inns of Court and the now defunct Serjeants’ Inn. Accordingly, it was fitting that the launch of ICLR’s new service, ICLR Online, took place in the majestic setting of Middle Temple’s Great Hall on 18 …

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BabyBarista – Dress Down Friday

BabyBarista – Dress Down Friday

It pays to do your research properly, as The Creep found out in this week’s edition of the BabyBarista, featuring the ICLR.

Be sure not to make the same mistakes in court; take advantage of our free ICLR Online trial where you can download court ready PDF’s. Apply for your free trial today on the ICLR website.

The image is courtesy of the BabyBarista blog (illustrated by Alex Williams)

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The Rolls Building — now open for business

The Rolls Building — now open for business

Roll up, roll up! Company, commercial, technology and construction. They’ve got ’em all in London’s brand new court complex, which last week opened its doors for, er, business.

Located in Fetter Lane, in the heart of legal London, the Rolls Building brings together in one place all the courts of the Chancery Division of the High Court (including those dealing with companies, trusts and intellectual property) with those of the Admiralty, Commercial and Technology & Construction subdivisions of the Queen’s …

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BabyBarista – Get ahead with the ICLR Online

BabyBarista – Get ahead with the ICLR Online

We at the ICLR are all huge fans of Tim Kevan’s BabyBarista, so you can imagine the excitment when our first sponosred post went live yesterday!

“Written by barristers for barristers is good enough for me. Particularly now that they’re now online”… Read the rest of the post online at BabyBarista and sign up for your free ICLR Online trial.

The above image is courtesy of the BabyBarista blog (illustrated by Alex Williams)

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