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ARK stands for Applied Research and Knowledge and is a B2B publishing and events company providing leading products for the Legal and Information Management markets. We aim to help professionals and organisations work more intelligently by delivering reliable information and techniques that can be used to benchmark, instigate, develop and improve fundamental business processes and procedures. ARK Group is a member of Wilmington Group plc, a group that delivers essential training, information and knowledge to organisations and professionals across a wide range of sectors, including Legal. Wilmington companies thrive on creative collaboration and shared expertise, and we have a common goal - to help our clients maximise their potential.
Ashgate Publishing and Gower books are now part of Routledge. With nearly 50 years of distinguished publishing in the Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities, Ashgate complements Routledge’s commitment to support academic research and scholarly publishing. Ashgate is a leading research publisher in Art History, Music, History, Social Work, Politics, Literary Studies, and many other disciplines. Routledge is also now home to Ashgate's imprint, Gower Publishing, one of the world's leading publishers of specialist business and management books and resources.
At Barsby legal we produce guidance, in print and other media, which is clear and practical, written primarily for non-lawyers and presented in our unique style.
We publish practical, accessible books, sites and tools for both lawyers and those who become involved in legal proceedings, for business or personal reasons, and need to know more. Our growing range now covers employment, family law, Court of Protection
Bloomsbury Professional publish high quality books and digital products for lawyers, tax practitioners, accountants and business professionals. With our list of prestigious authors, editors and contributors, you can rely on the quality of the information you are using and therefore make complex decisions with confidence. Part of the Bloomsbury Publishing Group, Bloomsbury Professional remains a small, efficient publishing house with traditional values and a high standard of customer service.
Law is Cambridge's fastest-growing publishing programme. From its strong base in International and Comparative Law, our rapidly expanding programme covers all areas of written law in English for many jurisdictions including English, American, European and Australian legal systems. We are renowned for publishing the highest quality Law monographs, handbooks, textbooks and reference titles and our publishing programme extends to significant publishing agreements with external bodies such as the World Trade Organization and the International Committee of the Red Cross.
We specialise in monitoring, and alleviating, legal and regulatory risk in key business sectors. Our range of eight titles feature essential analysis and thought leadership, written by experts, for experts. Our global subscriber base is made up of legal and industry professionals, in-house counsel, consultants, regulators and academics. Titles: Cyber Security Practitioner, Data Protection Leader, Digital Business Lawyer, Leading Internet Case Law, Payments and Fintech Lawyer, Digital Health Legal, Online Gambling Lawyer, World Sports Advocate
Legal directories and magazines. We recommend the world’s best lawyers in 185 countries (including many emerging markets). Our 150-strong full-time research team personally interview clients all year round. This team is unique – the largest and most experienced multi-lingual legal research team in the world.
Class Legal are experts in publishing tools, resources and books for family and costs lawyers.
Specialising in International Trade and International Environmental Law; considered to be the leading publisher of material on the legal implications of the World Trade Organisation; particular expertise in the nexus between trade and environment.
CLP (College of Law Publishing) focuses on the main areas of legal practice for both the trainee solicitor and qualified practitioner. Our aim is to provide authoritative, user-friendly texts that are published annually at affordable prices.
Part of the Wolters Kluwer Group, Croner has a long history operating in the compliance market. The company was founded in 1941 and in 1947 the seminal HR bible 'The Reference Book for Employers' was launched. In 2003 the product portfolio was widened further with the introduction of software and pay and benefits services. Today Croner is a world-class workplace business partner for the thousands of organisations it supports daily, through market-leading advice and services.
Edward Elgar Publishing is a leading international academic and professional publisher with a strong focus on the social sciences and legal fields. We publish 350 titles annually and have successfully created a prestigious list of over 5,500 titles.
ELLIS Publications is a leading publisher of European Union law. Our services offer easy access to up-to-date EU legal materials including official journals, treaties, legislation and case law. Our flag-ship titles OJ OnlinePlus and EU Competition Law Online, used by legal professionals across the world, are popular for their comprehensive and enhanced content, user friendly interface and sophisticated online functionality. A Thomson Reuters business, ELLIS Publications also supplies its EU databases for use in other Thomson Reuters products including Westlaw.
Long-standing employment law service on the web. Law Cards - Detailed and incisive guides written by leading lawyers and linked to legislation and cases. Case. Summaries - Over 25 years of employment cases searchable by topic and linked to full reports. Articles, News and Features - Latest news, opinions and topical features.
Expert interpretation of changes in legislation and case law. Read daily coverage of claims lodged, decisions issued and the implications of legislation and judicial developments on practice.
The Publications Office of the European Union (Publications Office), based in Luxembourg, is an interinstitutional office whose task is to publish the publications of the institutions of the European Union (Decision 2009/496/EC, Euratom). Its core activities include production and dissemination of legal and general publications in a variety of paper and electronic formats, managing a range of websites providing EU citizens, governments and businesses with digital access to official information and data from the EU, including EUR-Lex, the EU Open Data Portal, EU Bookshop, TED (Tenders Electronic Daily), CORDIS and ensuring long-term preservation of content produced by EU institutions and bodies.
Established in 1996, Globe is a business-to-business content and connections company, specialising in the legal and intellectual property markets worldwide. It produces market-leading information, data, networking, software and marketing services for lawyers and C-suite executives, and their organisations, globally. Globe’s services are multi-channel, but digitally led.
We publish two specialist, regularly-updated works in the field of international trade law: International Trade Regulation and European Union Anti-Dumping and Trade Defence Law and Practice
Appears to be defunct
After 17 years as an independent publisher Hart became a part of Bloomsbury Publishing in 2013. Hart books aim to be intellectually stimulating and innovative, and they seek to contribute to the academic study of law as well as to its development and practical implementation. Hart's list is international in scope, and is distributed globally. With over 1500 titles in print the list includes textbooks, scholarly monographs and works for practitioners and spans the entirety of legal scholarship. Hart's books are now available in both print and digital format simultaneously.
IALS Digital includes a range of established national online services for law and new publicly available web resources and research tools. Each project is designed to best meet the needs of a distinct legal information purpose and address the requirements of legal researchers. IALS and its Global Law Library are actively involved in digital legal scholarship and innovative legal information delivery - developing and promoting public access to digital resources capable of supporting legal research on the Internet. Through the ongoing work of IALS Digital, the Institute is committed to extending the reach of digital provision of legal information by delivering specialist legal research tools and niche web services - maximising access to key or hard to find information to facilitate legal research, public understanding, and promote justice and the rule of law.
ICLR is a not for profit organisation that was established in 1865 as the authorised publisher of the official series of The Law Reports for the Superior and Appellate Courts of England and Wales. It was established in 1865 by members of the legal profession with the object of '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'. As well as the official Law Reports, ICLR 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.
i-law is a vast online database of commercial law knowledge. It contains thousands of pages from many trusted legal sources. Sources that top lawyers and companies rely on daily.
Since 1931 The Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) has produced standard forms of construction contract, guidance notes and other standard forms of documentation for use by the construction industry. Today JCT provides a larger and more comprehensive range of contract documentation than any other contract-producing body in the UK construction industry.
Founded in 1863 by Mr Richard Jordan as a company registration and law stationery business, Jordan Publishing grew to become an independent, specialist legal publisher. By evolving and investing in innovative online services, we continue to provide up-to-date knowledge and information to support legal professionals through the ongoing changes and challenges they face. The acquisition of Jordan Publishing by LexisNexis UK completed in January 2016.
Justis gives you access to official judgments, major and specialist report series and legislation from national and international jurisdictions. Trusted by legal and financial professions, government and the academic community in over 40 countries, Justis offers the largest collection of UK, Irish and Caribbean superior court cases, vast libraries of Canadian and Australia cases, and exclusive offshore collections. The database includes many cases you can’t find anywhere else.
Bringing case law to life
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Kluwer Law International is part of Wolters Kluwer Law & Business. We continue to provide the global business community with reliable international legal information in English. Legal practitioners, corporate counsel and business executives around the world rely on our journals, looseleafs, books, and electronic products for comprehensive information in many areas of international legal practice. Wolters Kluwer Law & Business is a leading provider of research information and workflow solutions in key specialty areas. The strengths of the individual brands of Aspen Publishers, CCH, Kluwer Law International and Loislaw are aligned within this Wolters Kluwer division to provide comprehensive, in-depth solutions and expert-authored content for the legal, professional and education markets.
Law Brief Publishing was founded in 2006. It publishes Law Brief Books providing practical guides for the profession, PIBULJ.COM which is the UK’s leading online PI journal and Law Brief Update which consists of a series of free legal newsletters.
We are the UK’s Law Reporting outsource function, creating and supplying case reporting and digests to the legal and tax industry. Our team of highly experienced Barristers attend court and create case summaries for publication. We are content creators not product creators. Our content is published under the publishers' brands.