All case law in one place – that is the plan

Monday 26 September 2011 at 7:33 am | In News | Post Comment

“Open justice is one of the oldest principles of English law, going back to before Magna Carta.” — Justice Tugendhat, Terry v Person Unknown [2010] EWHC 119 (QB).

Judgments to become more accessible

Finding reported cases is all but impossible for the lay person, so a group of enthusiasts has started “Judgmental” which went live on Friday to correct the balance.
“Judgmental” has started indexing all case law in one place, but most importantly it will be fully searchable.  BAILLI will continue but it is not fully indexed or searchable.

The legal aid, sentencing and punishment of offenders bill – when passed – will restrict the free access to lawyers the Judgmental site will go some way to providing free legal information.

Judgmental will appear here

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