Emily Craxton

Posted by Emily Craxton | 6th July 2017

This year marks the 50-year anniversary of the decriminalisation of sex between two men in the UK - but this does not mean 1967 marks the end of criminal convictions,...

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Posted by Emily Craxton | 6th July 2017

A huge thank you to everyone who came to our very first Justis Academy earlier this week.      In case you missed it, the Academy is a half-day course...

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Posted by Emily Craxton | 22nd June 2017

Justis is pleased to announce their new partnership with the University of the West Indies to become the exclusive provider of CariLaw starting this year. This will add cases from...

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Posted by Emily Craxton | 19th June 2017

Elections, votes and changes to government can dramatically impact the direction of the law and 36 hours before the polls opened on this election, Theresa May indicated if human rights laws prevent...

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Posted by Emily Craxton | 15th June 2017

The need for as enacted legislation crops up in interesting corners of the world. For areas in Dominica where there is no Dominican legislation in Dominica, practitioners refer to the...

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Posted by Emily Craxton | 31st May 2017

We love getting feedback from our users. One of our top requests was to display citations in search results - a feature that has just gone live today. You can now...

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Posted by Emily Craxton | 4th April 2017

From 11 April 2017 the way you sign in to Justis and JustisOne will change, but everything else remains the same. This month we will be launching our new website,...

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Posted by Emily Craxton | 6th March 2017

Justis Publishing and vLex are pleased to jointly announce their Distribution Agreement for the regions of Continental Europe, Puerto Rico & Latin America.  vLex will serve as exclusive distributor for...

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Posted by Emily Craxton | 20th January 2017

“Every decision is binding no matter whether it is reported in the regular series of Law Reports, or is unreported. Once you have the transcript, you can cite it as...

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Posted by Emily Craxton | 25th October 2016

Change can be scary for some. But when a course prospectus warns you of the negative repercussions if you are faint-hearted, you start imagining the worst. Given the massive influx...

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