Delia Venables’ Legal Resources website was first published in 1995 when the legal web was in its infancy. Since then it has grown continually in scope and size and now contains several hundred pages of listings, describing tens of thousands of websites. It remains one of the most useful legal portal sites on the web for the UK and maintains very high authority and trust rankings.
This new incarnation of Venables Legal Resources was launched in January 2019 and is published and managed by infolaw Limited. Nick Holmes of infolaw is a long-time publishing partner of Delia’s. They have collaborated on their respective websites and jointly edited the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers and the Internet for Lawyers CPD service for barristers and solicitors for over 10 years.
This site provides a wide range of links to useful legal resources; it is designed to be of use to the legal community and also to individuals and businesses looking for legal resources or looking for solicitors to help them with their legal problems.
The emphasis is on free and low cost resources and innovative new services and applications.
The For Individuals section describes sites that provide substantial free and useful information and online services on legal issues facing individuals.
The For Businesses section describes sites that provide substantial free and useful information and online services on legal issues facing businesses.
The For Lawyers section describes sites that provide legal research and practice resources and tech services for lawyers.
The Updates section provides access to resources for keeping up to date with legal and law practice developments. The New page provides updates on significant new legal sites and developments in services by or for lawyers. New items are also posted on the home page.
The Lawyer Listings section lists the websites of around 7,000 solicitors firms and describes several hundred barristers chambers. It also lists public access barristers, law associations and more.
To submit information or amendments for free listings or suggestions for additional resources, please see our Editorial page.