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The Law Reports (all Divisions)& The Weekly Law Reports: Combined Service (Subscription)

Our Price: POA
Subscription Type: Annual Renewal (January 1st)
Classification(s): Primary sources of law;
Product Code: INCC17
Frequency: 5 Bound Volume(s); 58 Part(s) per year
Publisher: Incorporated Council of Law Reporting f
Binding / Product Type: Law Report
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Subscription consist of 12 issue of The Law Reports, 46 issues of The Weekly Law Report, 4 Bound Volumes from The Law Reports and Bound Volume 1 of The Weekly Law Reports

The Law Reports are the official series of Reports cited in the High Court and Court of Appeal.
Published since 1865, The Law Reports are widely regarded as the most authoritative series of law reports for England and Wales.
As the official series they should be cited in preference to any other reports of the same case.
Produced monthly our new consolidated Law Report part brings together all of the four subdivisions, from the Queen's Bench (QB), Chancery (Ch) and Family (Fam) Divisions of the High Court and Court of Appeal, references to the European Court of Justice, and Appeal Cases (AC) heard in the UK Supreme Court and Judicial Committee of the Privy Council and offers detailed coverage of the leading cases and appeals from these courts.
The distinctive benefit of The Law Reports is that the case reports normally include a summary of counsel's argument, prepared by the reporter who attended the hearing, and approved by counsel prior to publication.

Published since 1953, the Weekly Law Reports are the most comprehensive and up to date general series of reports for England and Wales.
Covering around 280 cases a year, The WLR publish more cases than any other general series of reports.
Volume 1 cases cover procedural matters and points of law of general interest.
Volumes 2 and 3 contain cases which are of greater long term significance which will subsequently appear in a revised version (with additional material) in The Law Reports.




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