Legal research
Legal research is "the process of identifying and retrieving information necessary to support legal decision-making. In its broadest sense, legal research includes each step of a course of action tha...
Law dictionary
A law dictionary is a dictionary that is designed and compiled to give information about terms used in the field of law.
Distinctions are made among various types of law dictionaries.Differentiati...
Law review
A law review (or law journal) is a scholarly journal focusing on legal issues, normally published by an organization of students at a law school or through a bar association. The term is also used to ...
Law library
A law library is a library designed to assist law students, attorneys, judges, and their law clerks and anyone else who finds it necessary to correctly determine the state of the law.Most law schools ...
Legal citation
Legal citation is the practice of crediting and referring to authoritative documents and sources. The most common sources of authority cited are court decisions (cases), statutes, regulations, governm...
Legal treatise
A legal treatise is a scholarly legal publication containing all the law relating to a particular area, such as criminal law or trusts and estates. There is no fixed usage on what books qualify as a "...
Computer-assisted legal research
Computer-assisted legal research (CALR) or computer-based legal research is a mode of legal research that uses databases of court opinions, statutes, court documents, and secondary material. Electron...
German legal citation
As in most countries, Germany has a standard way of citing its legal codes and case law; an essentially identical system of citation is also used in Austria.There is, however, no authoritative citatio...
Citator
In legal research, a citator is a citation index of legal resources, one of the best-known of which in the United States is Shepard's Citations. Given a reference of a legal decision, a citator allow...
The Blue Eagle At Work
The Blue Eagle at Work: Reclaiming Democratic Rights in the American Workplace is a legal treatise written by Charles J. Morris which analyzes collective bargaining under the National Labor Relations ...
Carswell (publisher)
Carswell is a Canadian source of information services to legal, tax & accounting, and human resource professionals. It is part of the Professional division of Thomson Reuters.Since 1864, Carswell ...
De Legibus et Consuetudinibus Angliae
Henry of Bracton, also Henry de Bracton, also Henrici Bracton, or Henry Bratton also Henry Bretton (c. 1210 – c. 1268) was an English cleric and jurist.He is famous now for his writings on law, partic...
Legal informatics
Legal informatics is an area within information science. Erdelez and O’Hare (1997) define legal informatics as follows:
Advances in technology and legal informatics have led to new models for the ...
Citation of United Kingdom legislation
This article explains the citation of United Kingdom legislation, including the systems used for legislation passed by devolved parliaments and assemblies, for secondary legislation, and for prerogati...
Tidsskrift for Rettsvitenskap
Tidsskrift for Rettsvitenskap (English: "Journal of Jurisprudence") is a Norwegian law journal. It was established in 1888 by Francis Hagerup to "form a link between legal research in the Nordic count...
Doctor and Student
Christopher St. Germain (1460–1540) was a 16th-century English common lawyer, legal writer, and Protestant polemicist.
Christopher St. Germain was in born 1460 to Sir Henry and Anne St. Germ...
European Documentation Centre
A European Documentation Centre (EDC) is a body designated by the European Commission to collect and disseminate publications of the European Union for the purposes of research and education. There ar...
The Hague Institute for Global Justice
The Hague Institute for Global Justice, or simply The Hague Institute, is an international think tank based in The Hague, Netherlands. The Institute was established in 2011 by the Municipality of The ...
Secondary authority
In law, a secondary authority is an authority purporting to explain the meaning or applicability of the actual verbatim texts of primary authorities (such as constitutions, statutes, case law, adminis...
Stroud's Judicial Dictionary
Stroud's Judicial Dictionary is a law dictionary. The First Edition by Frederick Stroud was published in 1890. The Second Edition was by the same author and was published in 1903. A supplement by the ...
Canada Gazette
The Canada Gazette (French: Gazette du Canada) is the official newspaper of the Government of Canada. It was first published on October 2, 1841. While originally it published all acts of the Parli...
Foster's Crown Law
A Report of Some Proceedings on the Commission for the Trial of the Rebels in the Year 1746, in the County of Surry; And of Other Crown Cases: to which are Added Discourses Upon a Few Branches of the ...
International Institute for the Sociology of Law
The International Institute for the Sociology of Law (IISL) in Oñati is the only international establishment which is entirely devoted to teaching and promoting the sociology of law, socio-legal stud...
Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly
Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly ("LMCLQ") is a legal journal that publishes articles relating to commercial law and shipping law. It is currently edited by Professor Sir Francis Rose of ...
Nominate reports
Nominate reports, also known as nominative reports, named reports and private reports, is a legal term from common law jurisdictions referring to the various published collections of reports of Englis...
United States Reports
The United States Reports are the official record (law reports) of the rulings, orders, case tables (list of every case decided, in alphabetical order both by the name of the petitioner (plaintiff in ...
Wexis
Wexis is a humorous portmanteau used to refer to the alleged duopoly of publishing conglomerates that dominate the U.S. legal information services industry – namely, West Publishing and LexisNexis.Nei...