Since launching ICLR.4 almost six months ago, we’ve had quite a bit of feedback, for which we’re very grateful, and we’ve also had a chance to finish off some of the outstanding features (and they certainly are outstanding). We’ve also signed up a lot of new users, and it’s partly for their benefit, and for those who are yet to try out the platform, that we’ve begun to create a series of user guidance pages.

You can find these pages under ICLR.4 in the Products section listed in the main menu, here.

If you click on the down arrow to the right of ICLR.4 in the navigation table on the right side of the page, you will see a growing number of pages taking you through different aspects of the service. So far, we’ve added the following stages:

  1. Getting started with ICLR
  2. Case search on ICLR.4
  3. Interpreting results
  4. Exploring case information
  5. Case document navigation

We’ll be adding to these in the coming weeks, as well as announcing new additions to the body of content available via our Case Info pages or in the case documents themselves. This will include judgments from both domestic and other national or international jurisdictions, as we expand the content across which our unique AI-driven search tool, Case Genie, is able to operate.

If you haven’t tried out the platform, now is the time to give it a whirl!

You don’t need to subscribe to use most of its functions, but if you do, you will be able to read and download the official Law Reports going back to 1865, together with all our other expertly written added value content, and for a small extra charge make use of our unique case recommendation search tool, Case Genie.

No commitment necessary. You can try before you buy.

In any event, we’d love to hear what you think of it.

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