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31 Dec 2025

Justis provides access to a comprehensive collection of common law cases from 1163, and an extensive collection of legislation from 1235. Using the legal research platform, JustisOne, users can search for cases from across over 25 jurisdictions, all in one location. 
EIFL has licensed content for libraries in Myanmar. The following content is available through the JustisOne platform: The English Reports, State Trials, Aspinall Maritime cases,Immigration Appeal Reports, EU Case Law, EU Legislation, EU Treaties, EU Proposals, EU National Implementations, Human Rights Case Law, Justis Irish Employment Appeal Cases, Irish Legislation, Bermuda Law Reports, England & Wales Unreported Judgments, UK Acts, UK Statutory Instruments


  • Combining resources. On the JustisOne platform, users can finds cases from over 120 services, across 26 jurisdictions, even if the full text is not on JustisOne.
  • Key Passages. Entire judgment transcripts are scanned and cross-referenced with over 500,000 other cases, updating the most cited passages in real time. The heat map over the text provides a visual guide for heavily cited passages. Users can simply click on the passage to see the paragraph number, case name, court and jurisdiction of the citing case.​
  • CiteLine: Users can focus on the key parts of a case using the CiteLine feature which extracts the relevant paragraphs from subsequent citing cases so users can easily see in detail how the case has been treated since the judgment was passed.
  • Comparative law. Users can see judgements side-by-side from different jurisdictions. Justis’s legally trained editors cross-reference citations, enabling users to link directly to persuasive and binding cases from multiple jurisdictions.
  • Find the case you need. Important cases are often reported in different series and publications. Different citations and versions of a case are linked together, making it easier for users to find what you’re looking for, and without unnecessary duplication.
  • Download & Read. Users can access and download signed and stamped PDFs of judgments. They can choose to download the case transcript, the reported version if available, an overview and both cited and citing cases. Users can also turn on Read Mode, to view only the judgment they are researching.
  • Searching. The search bar can automatically identify citations, cases, court names and categories while supporting Boolean search operators. Users can also use the advanced search feature to further refine searches, filter by reported series and core products. Example: Title[Stack v Dowden] Category[Trust] Court[court of appeal (civil division)]
  • Precedent map. Users can see at a glance where an authority has been considered, using the Precedent Map. Case treatments are ordered chronologically, enabling you to quickly understand the current status of a case.
  • Case treatments. Legally qualified editors manually specify case treatments, using fourteen different treatment types (such as considered, applied, overruled or distinguished), to provide you with a precise status of the law.
  • Citations in context. There are over 100,000 citation relationships between different jurisdictions. Simply use the citations in context feature to highlight these relationships.
  • Notifications. If a case has been overruled or heard in a higher court, users will see on-screen notifications.
  • Flexible access. Works on laptop, tablets and smartphones.
Laos, Myanmar