Law and religion round-up – 25th November

Not much hard law this week, so…

Locating the law – or maybe not

An interesting article by Daniel Hoadley in the Infolaw Newsletter points up a very serious problem: that there are major gaps in the availability of judgments on-line.

Like many other legal bloggers, we rely heavily on free-access on-line judgments: from the indefatigable Ray Hemingray for consistory court cases and sometimes from the courts themselves, as in the case of the CJEU and the ECtHR. But the first place to look is usually BAILII – the British and Irish Legal Information Institute – and its counterparts worldwide. Continue reading