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There are three general series of reports (which are all also available online - see Law Reports in electronic format). All law reports, unlike the official publication of legislation, are privately published.
There are numerous specialised series of law reports, which cover most subject areas. For example, the Criminal Appeal Reports (Cr.App.R.) and Family Law Reports (F.L.R.).
The following will help you find older cases:
Please note: Law Reports older than 10 years are kept in storage and need to be requested in the Library's Help Zone.
Most modern law reports are available electronically through databases. The databases below include many key cases and cover different series of Law Reports. There is no electronic database which contains all case law and all law reports. The databases are subscription sites and require a password. The link to each database provides access and password details:
Other legal databases which include case law can be found under Legal Databases on the Library subject web page for Law.
Many law journals publish reports, some of which are the only source for a case report in a particular area of law: