The Justis Irish core collection is a combination of Justis’s original Irish collection launched in 2012, known as Justis Irish Cases (JIC) and the Bar Council Law Library’s vast archive of unreported cases – previously only accessible to members of the Bar. Justis made these cases available to everyone for the first time in 2016 – creating the largest collection of Irish cases available online.
The Justis Irish Cases (JIC) is an authoritative series of Court of Appeal and Supreme Court Irish cases commonly cited in the Irish Courts, with headnotes written by our editors. These are published within 48-72 hours of a case being handed down in most cases.
Cases are cross-referenced with the Irish Reports & Digests, available as a bolt-on product. Lists are also generated of cases and legislation cited by those cases, to note how the citing case has effect on the existing corpus of law.
The Irish core includes PDFs of the original court documents, signed and approved by the judges in each case.
Case law includes:
Supreme Court 1967 onwards
High Court 1952 onwards
Court of Criminal Appeal 1932 onwards
Court of Appeal 2014 onwards
Lower Courts 1998 onwards
Employment Appeal Tribunal1998 onwards
Including reported and unreported judgments
Legislation includes Statutes 1925 onwards Statutory Instruments 1998 onwards
Irish Reports & Digests from 1838 onwards
The Irish Reports is the most authoritative series of Irish case law, published by the ICLR for Ireland. Reports come from: The Irish Reports Northern Ireland Reports Irish Law Reports Monthly Irish Law Times Reports Irish Jurist Reports Irish Law Journal
The database is updated quarterly. The Electronic Irish Reports contain many references to the electronic Law Reports published by Context and The Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for England & Wales, all of which act as linkable cross-references for all subscribers to the electronic Law Reports.
Search on Republic of Ireland.
Round Hall has provided the Irish legal profession with accurate and reliable information for over 25 years in the form of books, journals, periodicals, looseleaf services, CD-ROMs and online services. It publishes over 15 journals and a comprehensive and constantly expanding booklist. Round Hall is the trading name of Thomson Reuters (Professional) Ireland Ltd.
Round Hall also brings you Westlaw IE – an online database of Irish legal content which can be searched to easily find the information you need – see next entry.
Westlaw IE is the online research tool of Thomson Reuters Round Hall.
It gives instant access to Irish reported and unreported case law,
legislation, journals and legal news.
Here is what is says on the site:
“Transform the way that you carry out your research with our new, improved and more powerful technology. With cutting edge search tools and enhanced functionality you can access the answers you need, fast. With our user-friendly layout you can quickly identify key information and use it to your best advantage. See Irish case law, legislation, expert commentary, analysis and news in sharper focus than ever before.”
Here is a summary of the content on Westlaw IE:
Over 21,000 full text case reports – The largest Irish collection of case reports available online:
- Employment Law Reports (ELR) Begins 1990
- Irish Law Reports Monthly (ILRM) Begins 1976
- Irish Law Times Reports (ILTR) Begins 1871
- Sweet & Maxwell’s Human Rights Law Reports (UK) Begins 2000
- Sweet & Maxwell’s European Human Rights Law Reports Begins 1979
- Unreported Judgments Begins Oct 2002
Over 3,000 Cases Digests:
- Case digests from Irish Law Times Begins 1983
- Irish Current Law Monthly Digest Begins 1995
Annotated Acts from 1984
- 27 years of annotated Acts
- Content from the Irish Current Law Statutes Annotated (ICLSA)
Regularly Updated Consolidated legislation in the following areas:
- Road Traffic
- Local Government
Regularly Updated Consolidated Rules of the Court and Court rules and forms with commentary:
- Superior Court (also contains digests of relevant cases)
- Circuit Court
- District Court
Journals – Ireland’s largest provider of online legal journals. Expert opinion and analysis in the following:
- Commercial Law Practitioner Begins 1994
- Conveyancing and Property Law Journal Begins 1996
- Dublin University Law Journal Begins 1994
- Irish Criminal Law Journal Begins 1991
- Irish Employment Law Journal Begins 2004
- Irish Planning and Environmental Law Journal Begins 1994
- Irish Law Times Begins 1983
- Irish Journal of Family Law Begins 1998
- Journal of Civil Practice and Procedure Begins 2005
- The Hibernian Law Journal Begins 1999
- The Medico-Legal Journal of Ireland Begins 1995
- The Irish Jurist Begins 1966
Current Awareness information and the latest news onscreen and direct to your email account
- Case law
- Progress of Bills and Acts
- Legal and regulatory news
- European Union
- Government publications
For more information contact Customer Services, or telephone 1800 946 133.
Clarus Press is an Irish based and Irish owned legal publishing company aiming to meet the information needs and demands of a rapidly developing and competitive legal profession. The aim is to provide high quality products in a wide range of subjects and specialisations. They have already had some notable success in the commissioning of innovative and useful products attracting the finest talent in Irish legal publishing.
Law Society of Ireland run CPD courses over a wide range of topics, intended to balance theory and practicality and to meet the day-to-day practice needs of the profession. Courses may also be of interest to members of the public. Many courses can be booked online and some courses are available by video link. CPD Seminars is one of Ireland’s most established training bodies in mediation & ADR offering Continuing Professional Development in these domains. There is also extensive information on the site, with articles, news items and a blog, on Mediation & Aleternative Dispute Resolution in Ireland.