Large legal database containing UK, EU and international case law, legislation (up-to-date, amended versions), legal journals, commentary texts, current awareness, and news. Very good range of practitioner texts including Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents, and Halsbury's Laws.
Offers more than 24,000 articles from the most authoritative sources in HR, along with a specially commissioned employment law reference manual, a model policies and documents service and various other services. Please visit the XpertHR help pages for support.
Large legal database containing UK, EU and international case law, legislation (up-to-date, amended versions), legal journals, commentary texts, current awareness, and news. Very good range of practitioner texts in the Commentary section including Harvey on Industrial Relations and Employment Law, Tolley's Employment Law service and Butterworths Employment Law Handbook.
Free resource for British and Irish case law and legislation. Contains tribunal decisions from tribunals such as the Employment Appeals Tribunal.
Find decisions on employment tribunal cases in England, Wales and Scotland from February 2017 onwards.
Find decisions of appeals against employment tribunals heard by the Employment Appeal Tribunal.
Site which provides free access to the full text of key employment law cases as they are published, from the Supreme court, Court of Appeal, High Court and EAT, starting from January 2010. The text is free to view and there is a free weekly newsletter.
Association for progressive employers operating across Europe, founded in 1989. Has members in all EEA states, plus Switzerland, Czech Republic, Russia, USA, Canada, Japan and Israel. Good source of pan-European national pay, employment law and collective bargaining data on the web. Also includes legislation from the many countries it represents.
Covers UK case law, statutes, legislation, white papers, green papers, and more. Provides access to freely available British and Irish legal materials.
Links to European cases and the Official Journal, allows you to search for legislation in force for each country and provides summaries of EU Legislation by topic area. For tips on how to use Eur-Lex check out the Eur-Lex online tutorials playlist of videos on YouTube.
Covers the whole spectrum of English law and is designed to enable practitioners to answer the full range of questions likely to arise in the course of their work. It provides a comprehensive narrative statement of the law of England and Wales, containing law derived from every source
An edited record of what was said in Parliament. It also includes votes, written statements and written answers to parliamentary questions. The text of Daily Debates in the Commons is published online the following morning by 6am.
An edited record of what was said in Parliament. It also includes votes, written statements and written answers to parliamentary questions. The text of Daily Debates in the Lords is published online the following morning by 6am.
Sessional papers including page images and searchable full text for each paper, along with detailed indexing. Collections for the 18th, 19th & 20th Centuries and Hansard 1803-2005 are available. Please visit the House of Commons Parliamentary Papers help pages for support.
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey, 1674-1913 is a fully searchable edition of the largest body of texts detailing the lives of non-elite people ever published. Contains 197,745 criminal trials held at London's central criminal court.
Statistics portal, allowing you to access a wide variety of statistics, and download them as images, Powerpoint presentations or Excel spreadsheets. Includes comprehensive support information, allowing you to fully get to grips with the data and place it in context.
Please visit the Statista help pages for Statista support.
Official, freely available source of revised edition of UK legislation.
Access to a number of Westlaw eBooks, including titles from the Common Law Library, such as Chitty on Contracts, Clerk & Lindsell on Torts and Phipson on Evidence. To access this resource, click on the 'Books' tab in the top-right corner of Westlaw.
Provides useful way of finding quality, freely accessible sources of law materials relating to individual countries
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