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Law Reports (1865 - Present) [via ICLR (Incorporated Council of Law Reporting) Online]

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Authoritative series of published reports of cases which constitute binding precedent in English Law. The database incorporates all earlier divisions of The Law Reports as well as the four modern divisions - the Court of Appeal, Chancery, Family and Queen's Bench Divisions. The Law Reports are written by barristers and solicitors who are present in court for the hearing of the argument and the handing down of judgment and is the only series of reports to include the argument of counsel. Additionally, the reports are submitted to counsel and the judges prior to publication to ensure accuracy and authority.

Print Access of Various Law Reports:
- LAW LIBRARY (level 4): KD275 .L39 - LAW LIBRARY (level 4): KD277.7 .L39
- LAW LIBRARY (level 4): KD279.4 .L39 - LAW LIBRARY (level 4): KD279.3 .L392

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1865 - Present