Publishers

The larger and longest-established legal publishers are listed below. The descriptions are based on information provided by the publishers themselves.

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A comprehensive listing of law publishers is on infolaw Lawfinder.

Incorporated Council of Law Reporting (ICLR)

As well as the official Law Reports, the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for England and Wales publishes The Weekly Law Reports, The Industrial Cases Reports, The Business Law Reports, The Public and Third Sector Law Reports and the Consolidated Index to leading law reports.

The Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for England and Wales was established in 1865 by members of the legal profession with the object of the

“preparation and publication, in a convenient form, at a moderate price, and under gratuitous professional control, of Reports of Judicial Decisions of the Superior and Appellate Courts in England and Wales.” Memorandum and Articles of Association, 1870

This is as important today as ever and explains why we are univerally regarded as the most authoritative source of English case law.

More about ICLR.

ICLR.3 online.

Justis

Justis Publishing is an independent publisher of electronic legal information and provider of publishing software and services. Since 1986 they have provided the legal community with electronic access to a wide range of titles from well respected legal publishers. Their publishing partners include The Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for England & Wales, Sweet & Maxwell, Office of Public Sector Information, and many more.

Their titles are published electronically on their full-text legal library, Justis; while cross-links to numerous providers’ texts are provided on their citator, JustCite.

Full details on Venables.

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Oxford University Press (OUP)

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Thomson Reuters

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Other law publishers

A comprehensive listing of law publishers is on infolaw Lawfinder.