Law: Law in the UK
UK Web sites in law
There are an increasing number of resources on the internet of use to lawyers in all countries and here are a selection of UK Websites with a legal dimension. A further source of general Web sites can be found at, http://www.ukdirectory.com/business/law.htm
The Law Society's pages provide links to world wide resources and also provide links to legal information sources and various information technology topics.
Legal publishers Legalease have placed their major register, the 'UK legal 500' on the internet as well as information on major European law firms. Legalease also provide legal commentaries on current topics of commercial law.
An index of UK official publications provided by the University of Southampton Law School.
The University of Newcastle's Web Journal of Current Legal Issues covering topics of general law rather than specifically IT law.
The universities of Warwick and Strathclyde's Journal of Information, Law and Technology, with its first two issues now online. This specializes in law in an IT context.
The Copyright Website has information and references on copyright issues, including, but not limited to, Internet aspects of copyright.
The Penal Lexicon is a comprehensive source of information on prisons and prison policy.
Business Monitor provides information on business, financial, economic and legal topics. Users have to register but it is free at present.
Extensive information on Legal Aid, including who can apply, income limits and how to get it - an interesting use of the internet for the dissemination of information to the general public.
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