Other Useful Databases
Once in Lexis Nexis, you can find Halsbury's Laws of England in the "My Bookshelf" list on the right of the page.
IALS (Institute of Advanced Legal Studies) with free Legal Databases:
- British and Irish Legal Information Institute (BAILII) - British and Irish case law & legislation, European Union case law, Law Commission reports, and other law-related British and Irish material
- Current Legal Research Topics Database - This database lists subjects of research in progress by students of law in the UK, and is presented for information only. The database aims to be a comprehensive listing of research for higher degrees in law, M.Phil. or Ph.D., currently underway in universities in the United Kingdom. Please note that the research listed is currently underway, and has not yet been completed. Therefore these dissertations are not yet available through libraries or other channels
- Eagle-i (Electronic Access to Global Legal Information) - A free to use dedicated portal to high quality legal information sources on the Web - being developed by the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies as a national service for law
- FLAG - A database which acts as a gateway to the holdings of foreign, international and comparative law in UK universities and national libraries
- Flare - Find treaty sources in the Flare Index to Treaties
Cardiff Index to Legal Abbreviations
A service allowing you to search for the meaning of abbreviations for English language legal publications, from the British Isles, the Commonwealth and the United States, including those covering international and comparative law.
Commonwealth Legal Information Institute
Access to The English Reports
Council of Europe
The Council of Europe is the continents’s leading human rights organisation.
Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU)
Ensuring EU law is interpreted and applied the same in every EU country; ensuring countries and EU institutions abide by EU law.
Crown Prosecution Service
The Crown Prosecution Service is responsible for prosecuting criminal cases investigated by the police in England and Wales.
Access to European Union law
European Society of International Law
A society that provides a forum for European-wide discussions, and foster the involvement and representation of younger scholars
International Court of Justice
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) is the principal judicial organ of the United Nations (UN). It was established in June 1945 by the Charter of the United Nations and began work in April 1946.
The Law Commission is the statutory independent body created by the Law Commissions Act 1965 to keep the law of England and Wales under review and to recommend reform where it is needed.
The law student’s guide to the web. The easy way to access essential links, journal articles and information.
From University of Kent , a comprehensive listing of internet law.
Legislation.gov.uk is the official revised edition of the primary legislation of the United Kingdom made available online. (Previously the UK Statute Law Database)
Ministry of Justice
We work to protect the public and reduce reoffending, and to provide a more effective, transparent and responsive criminal justice system for victims and the public.
OSCOLA (Oxford Referencing)
From Oxford Law Faculty.
The UK Parliament site, includes access to Hansard