Where can I find South African law reports?

Where can I find South African law reports?

The South African Law Reports are held in print only – on Level 4 of the Law Library. comprises: Natal Law Reports (1867-1932) and Digests and Reports from Natal Provincial Division (1933-1946).

Where can I find Law Reports UK?

LexisLibrary. LexisLibrary is an online subscription database.

  • Westlaw UK. Westlaw UK is an online subscription database.
  • JustisOne. JustisOne is an online subscription database.
  • The Digest (previously The English and Empire Digest)
  • Current Law Case Citators.
  • The Law Reports Indexes.
  • Free internet resources.
  • How do I find court cases in Australia?

    Use the following resources to find information for Australian case law.

    1. Westlaw AU. Westlaw AU provides access to Australian reported cases from 1825+ and unreported cases from 1999.
    2. Lexis Advance Research & US Research.
    3. CCH IntelliConnect.
    4. Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII)

    What is a South African law report?

    The South African Law Reports is the premier repository of South African judicial jurisprudence and the most widely referred to source of primary legal precedent in South Africa. Published since 1947, the South African Law Reports has an extensive network of reporters.

    Where can I find unreported cases in South Africa?

    You will find South African law reports on Jutastat Online and Lexis Library. Not all court judgments are published in law reports. Judgments that are not published in law reports are referred to as unreported judgments. These are still available online, through the databases listed below, but only to a limited extent.

    How do I find law reports online?

    Law students should be aware that there are three legal databases which contain law reports:

    1. JustisOne.
    2. LexisLibrary.
    3. Westlaw.

    Where can I find Australian law reports?

    Westlaw AU holds the largest collection of authorised law reports, covering the High Court, the Federal Court, Fair Work Commission and state superior courts. As the definitive version of key decisions, authorised law reports are an essential part of any practitioner’s collection.

    How do you know if a case is reported or unreported?

    Reported cases are more authoritative than unreported cases. If a case is available in a reported and unreported format, use the reported version. For example the 2001 Commonwealth v Yarmirr case has been available on the Internet as an unreported decision since it was handed down by the High Court.

    Are Australian court records public?

    During court cases, records are kept of everything that is said by the judge, jury and witnesses while court is in session. These records are sometimes accessible to the public.

    Where can I find a hard copy of the law reports?

    Hard-copy available in the Law Library. Hard-copy formerly published at the back of the Australian Law Report series. Previously issued as part of the Australian Law Journal. Continued by the Australian Argus Law Reports.

    What are the volumes in American Law Reports Federal?

    The volumes in American Law Reports Federal, 3rd organize, summarize, and analyze pertinent federal caselaw on particular federal issues. Issues include those involving federal statutory and common law, federal practice and procedure, and federal rules and regulations.

    What are articles and cases in a law report?

    American Law Reports contain two kinds of material: articles and cases. Articles cover a topic through cases that focus on a particular point of law. These articles collect the cases from a variety of state and federal courts or jurisdictions and arrange them according to how the courts have ruled.

    What are the different types of Law Reports?

    There are two types of law reports : authorised and unauthorised. Authorised reports are edited and checked by the judge before publication. Australian authorised reports include: Always use the authorised report of a case if available.