JustisOne is a legal search engine, analysis and citation tool, mainly focussed on Common Law jurisdictions around the world. It includes full-text case law judgments from England, Wales and Ireland, links to full-text law reports on Justis, historic (as enacted) UK and Irish legislation, Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for England and Wales (ICLR), Lexis Library and Westlaw UK.
This database feautures a UK Statutes database containing the full text of all Acts of Parliament in England, Wales and Scotland as enacted, from 1235 to the present day. UK Statutes is the only statute-law database to contain Scottish Acts of Parliament and repealed legislation. Furthermore, JustisOne includes Statutory Instruments as well as Scottisch Statutory Instruments; Statutory Instruments set out detailed provisions under the authority of the enabling Acts of Parliament for “fine-tuning” of legislation.
JustisOne database also contains, Australian, Canadian, Caribbean, Irish and New Zealand case law. Also covered is EU Law.
The Irish Law section covers reports and digests from 1838 to the present day. An exclusive archive of Irish case law spanning more than 170 years, provided by the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for Ireland. Irish Cases dating from 1998 to the present day are also included. It also covers Irish Legislation dating from 1998 to the present day, including over 18,000 Acts of the Oireachtas and 9,000 Statutory Instruments, Justis Irish Legislation is included with subscriptions to Justis Irish Cases.
Exclusively available on JustisOne is the largest collection of Caribbean Case Law. This sections covers 18 jurisdictions dating back to 1950, including all superior and appellate courts, the Privy Council, Caribbean Court of Justice, superior and specialist courts. Included are over 53,000 cases from the Caribbean Court of Justice, Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Montserrat, St. Christopher & Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Trinidad & Tobago, and Turks and Caicos. The Carribean Case Law section is a result of a partnership between Justis and the University of the West Indies.
Australian Case Law in JustisOne dates from 1986 to the present day and includes cases from the High Court of Australia, and appellate courts from the Capital Territory, New South Wales, Northern Territory, Tasmania and Victoria.
Canadian Case Law section incudes Canadian Cases dating from 1876 to the present day, including cases from the Supreme Court, the Federal Court of Appeal, and appellate courts from Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario and Saskatchewan. Maritime Law Book - One of the most significant and comprehensive resources of Canadian case law available, including over 310,000 reported cases from 1969 to 2016.
New Zealand Case Law on JustisOne, contains the New Zealand Law Report including cases from the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, High Court, District Court, Privy Council, Legal Complaints Review Officer, Taxation Review Authority, Employment Court, Environment Court, Family Court, and more.
Lastly, JustisOne provides its users with full coverage of EU legal information from 1951 to the present day. Also inlcuded is EU Case law, namely reports from the European Court of Human Rights from 1960 to the present day as well as European Human Rights Conventions including any relevant protocols from 1950 until the present day.
A key feature of JustisOne is that it contains a powerful case citator which cross-references case law, and legislation, helping the users to find leading authorities and determine whether a case is good law.
Access to reported versions of cases is available via direct links from citations to the source of the report (where available) in legal databases such as Westlaw and Lexislibrary. Please be advised that after you click on a link in JustisOne to one of these databases, you may need to follow that database login guide.
The JustisOne database is updated on a daily basis