ICLR’s vast archive of official law reports dating back to 1865 sits at the heart of ICLR.3. We’ve expanded our collection to provide you with greater breadth and depth of case law coverage:
ICLR.3 ushers in an all-new search built upon Government-grade search technology used by the BBC, Raytheon and the US Defence Intelligence Agency:
Zero in on the search results that matter most to your research. ICLR.3 enables you to narrow down your search results by reference to legal topic, date range, court and document type.
Our new index card display opens up to show in a single, multi-column prospectus:
Citator overviews can be fully expanded or collapsed out of sight when viewing case report content and can be downloaded and printed as PDFs.
Stay up to date with our daily feed of new case law. All new judgment transcripts, case summaries and law reports are conveniently displayed, colour-coded by their subject matter.
Customise ICLR.3 to show you the content that matters to you.
We’ve made it much easier for you to share content with others, whether it’s through social media or links in your own content and knowledge centres.
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The Law Reports are the official series of Reports cited in the High Court and Court of Appeal.
Published since 1865, The Law Reports are widely regarded as the most authoritative series of law reports for England and Wales.
As the official series they should be cited in preference to any other reports of the same case.
Produced monthly our new consolidated Law Report part brings together all of the four subdivisions, from the Queen’s Bench (QB), Chancery (Ch) and Family (Fam) Divisions of the High Court and Court of Appeal, references to the European Court of Justice, and Appeal Cases (AC) heard in the UK Supreme Court and Judicial Committee of the Privy Council and offers detailed coverage of the leading cases and appeals from these courts.
The distinctive benefit of The Law Reports is that the case reports normally include a summary of counsel’s argument, prepared by the reporter who attended the hearing, and approved by counsel prior to publication.
The Law Reports Bound Volume Service includes monthly delivery of paper parts as well as separate bound volumes for AC, QB, Ch and Family Divisions at the end of the year.
Published since 1953, The Weekly Law Reports are the most comprehensive and up to date general series of reports for England and Wales.
Covering in excess of 500 cases a year, The WLR cover more cases than any other general series of reports.
Volume 1 cases cover procedural matters and points of law of general interest.
Volumes 2 and 3 contain cases which are of greater long term significance which will subsequently appear in a revised version (with additional material) in The Law Reports.
Volume 4 was introduced in 2016 as an online-only expansion of The Weekly Law Reports and extends coverage to include cases that illustrate the application of existing principles to particular factual situations or helpfully bring together and summarise established principles as well as providing deeper coverage of family law, shipping, sentencing and awards of general damages. Volume 4 cases are available on ICLR.3.
The WLR Bound Volume Service includes delivery of the 46 weekly paper parts as well as the separate bound volumes at the end of the year.
The Industrial Cases Reports is the definitive series for cases on employment, discrimination and pensions law.
Published since 1972, The ICR have become an indispensable resource for all lawyers specialising in employment law as well as for lay advisers and members of employment tribunals.
Cases covered include those heard in the Employment Appeal Tribunal and the High Court and appeals to the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court, as well as references to the European Court of Justice.
The ICR Bound Volume Service includes a bound volume containing the full reports, as well as the monthly paper parts.
Specialist coverage of Company, Commercial & Intellectual Property law cases from the senior UK and European courts.
The coverage of Bus LR has been expanded from 2018 to include additional cases which illustrate the application of an existing principle of law or are in some other way peculiarly instructive. These cases are indicated with the symbol * before the case name.
Available online only.
Covering a range of subjects including adoption, charity, ecclesiastical law, education and local government.
The coverage of PTSR has been expanded from 2018 to include additional cases which illustrate the application of an existing principle of law or are in some other way peculiarly instructive. These cases are indicated with the symbol * before the case name.
Available online only.
Also known as the Red Book, The Consolidated Index to Leading Law Reports is a unique research tool and an indispensable work of reference. Any important case since 1951, when the series began, may quickly and easily be found by reference to its name, subject matter, or to any significant cases or legislation considered in the judgment.
As well as The ICLR’s own publications, the Red Book indexes the All England Law Reports; All England Commercial Cases; All England European Cases; the Criminal Appeal Reports; Lloyd’s Law Reports; Local Government Reports; Road Traffic Reports; Tax Cases and Simon’s Tax Cases.
Bound volumes of the Consolidated Index are available for each of the decades 1951-60, 1961-70; 1971-80; 1981-90 and 1991-2000, and for the half-decades 2001-2005 and 2006-2010. The most recent decisions are listed in the annual supplement known as the “Annual Index” or “Pink Book”, available free with a subscription to The Weekly Law Reports.