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Law Resources: European Union
Community institution exercising the powers conferred upon it by the Treaties. The Coucil is the Community's legislative body; coordinates the general economic policies of the Member States; concludes international agreements between the Community and one or more States or international organisations; with the European Parliament constitutes the budgetary authority; takes the decisions necessary for defining and implementing common foreign and security policy; coordinates the activities of Member States and adopts measures in the field of police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters.
EUR-Lex provides free access, in the 24 official EU languages, to: the Official Journal of the European Union, EU law (EU treaties, directives, regulations, decisions, consolidated legislation, etc.), preparatory acts (legislative proposals, reports, green and white papers, etc.), EU case-law (judgements, orders, etc.), international agreements, EFTA documents, other public documents.
Blogs: Internet for Lawyers
Publisher: Hallam Internet
Covering search engine optimisation, social media marketing, email marketing, Google Analytics data etc.
How to optimise for Bing
How To Calculate The Ideal Maximum CPC for Adwords
Google’s newest addition: Google’s Knowledge Vault
Facebook Trialling Post Expiration Dates
Digital Marketing for Estate Agents: A Guide to Local SEO
How to Target your PPC Ads for Locations
A Short Guide to Local SEO Using Citations & Directories
The Essential SEO Checklist
Blogs: Access to Justice
Publisher: Good Law initiative
The good law initiative is an appeal to everyone interested in the making and publishing of law to come together with a shared objective of making legislation work well for the users of today and tomorrow.
Good law and democracy in a digital age
Legislating Good Law - how do bright ideas make it into law?
Good law: a judicial perspective
Good Law/ Bad Law - a cry for common sense!
Drafting and presenting legislation: what does the user prefer?
Good Law and Policy-Making
A drafting puzzle: what is best for the reader?
What is "appropriate legislative language" and who decides?
The Directory: Courts and Tribunals: International
Administers the European Convention of Human Rights, sitting in Strasbourg. Operates within the framework of the Council of Europe as opposed to the European Union.
Law Resources: Family and Children
Information for children in care.
The Directory: Law Associations: Lawyers
Providing training, supervision and other services to its members engaged in family mediation.
Law Resources: Family and Children
Law Resources: Food and Drugs
Prepared to assist students taking courses in food Law at the University of Reading. Maintained by Dr David Jukes.
Law Resources: Fraud, Corporate Crime and Corporate Governance
Investigates and prosecutes serious and complex fraud; includes case notes.
Law Resources: Health and Medical
Bi-monthly publication for clinicians and managers working in Trusts, Health Authorities and PCGs which highlights and disseminates best practice. Online version available.
Promotes medico-legal knowledge in all its aspects; includes recent articles.
Law Resources: Human Rights
Full text of the Convention as amended by the Protocols.
Database of European Court of Human Rights judgments.
Aims to provide an easily understood guide to the Human Rights Act 1998, explaining its relevance and impact in many different areas of law ranging from rights of privacy to rights of peaceful protest.
Law Resources: Immigration and Asylum
Charity providing information on UK immigration and refugee law, including immigration and asylum issues and case law from the European Union and selected documents from other English-speaking jurisdictions.
zDelete: Public Bodies: Home Office
Responsible for securing the UK border and controlling migration in the UK. Manage border control for the UK, enforcing immigration and customs regulations. Also consider applications for permission to enter or stay in the UK, and for citizenship and asylum.
Law Resources: Information Technology and Communications
The purpose of the list is to facilitate the exchange of information on the use of ICT in legal education and training across European Law schools (primarily)
A refereed open access journal focusing on issues of law and technology in a European context. Previously published as the Journal of Law, Information and Technology (JILT) .
Law Resources: Intellectual Property
Comprehensive information on IP, funded by the European Commission.
Copyright, patent, trade mark and design information and forms. All decisions issued by the Patent Office since 1998 and selected historical decisions.
Includes a large selection of links.
Law Resources: Intellectual Property: Copyright
legislation and other information.
Law Resources: Intellectual Property: Designs
Information, news, decisions, forms and fees.
Law Resources: Intellectual Property: Patents
Basic information and advice, directory of patent agent firms, notices and comments, briefing papers and links.
Guides, notices, PDs, daily lists.
Official information and communications plus invitation to tender and abstracts of decisions of the Boards of Appeal with decsions avaialble in pdf format.
Information, decisions and forms.