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What’s the difference between a law report and a transcript?

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The transcript of a judgment is simply a written record of what the court said when giving its reasons for a decision in a case. A law report takes that judgment and wraps it in a more refined document containing additional information designed to assist the reader in finding, understanding and applying the case. Only Continue reading

What content can I get on ICLR.3?

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The ICLR.3 platform provides fast and easy access to all the law reports, digests and case summaries published by the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for England and Wales (ICLR) since its foundation in 1865. It also contains a large and growing number of unreported judgment transcripts and index information relating to many other cases, Continue reading

Which courts does ICLR cover?

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ICLR has reporters, qualified as either solicitors or barristers, covering all three divisions of the High Court, the Employment Appeal Tribunal, the Court of Appeal, the UK Supreme Court and the Privy Council in London, and the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg. For a full list, see The Courts We Cover. Continue reading

What does a subscription to ICLR.3 include?

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A subscription to ICLR.3 provides access to one or more of the following of ICLR’s published law report series: The Law Reports (from 1865 to date), The Weekly Law Reports (from 1953), The Industrial Cases Reports (from 1972), The Business Law Reports (from 2007) and The Public and Third Sector Reports (from 2009). Other content Continue reading