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Justis: at the Forefront of the Evolution of Legal Technology in the UK

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  29 June 2018

Abstract

In this article, Masoud Gerami, Managing Director, and Aidan Hawes, Head of Commercial Development, offer an exploration of the history of Justis, and the influence the company has had on the delivery of legal information over its 30-year history. They describe the development of technology over this time, from the rise of optical media through to the features offered by today's online legal research technology, focusing on Justis’ key milestones over this period. They discuss the range of innovations Justis has been responsible for, the changes in the legal research industry, and offer an insight into the future aspirations of the company.

Type
Focus on Legal Publishers and Suppliers: Justis
Copyright
Copyright © The Author(s) 2018. Published by British and Irish Association of Law Librarians 

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Footnotes

1 David Hand, ’30 years of Justis’ (Justis, 30 November 2017) <www.justis.com/2017/11/30/30-years-of-justis/> accessed 3 April 2018.

2 ‘Webinars’ (Justis) <www.justis.com/webinar/> accessed 4 April 2018.

3 Castells, Manuel, The Internet Galaxy: Reflections on the Internet, Business and Society (Oxford University Press, 2001)CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

4 ‘Legal tech start-ups – shaking up the legal market?’ (LexisNexis: Future of Law) <http://blogs.lexisnexis.co.uk/futureoflaw/2016/11/legal-tech-start-ups-shaking-up-the-legal-market/> accessed 21 March 2018.

5 Jennifer Smith, ‘Law Firms Face Fresh Backlash Over Fees’ (Wall Street Journal, 22 October 2012) <www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052970203400604578070611725856952> accessed 21 March 2018.

6 David Hand, ‘Justis’ unique editorial process’ (Justis, 1 February 2018) <www.justis.com/2018/02/01/justis-unique-editorial-process/> accessed 27 March 2018.

7 David J. Seipp, ‘Medieval English Legal History’ (Boston University School of Law) <http://www.bu.edu/law/faculty-scholarship/legal-history-the-year-books/> accessed 21 March 2018.

8 Masoud Gerami, ‘The Importance of Unreported Judgments’ (The Barrister, 29 August 2017) <www.barristermagazine.com/the-importance-of-unreported-judgments/> accessed 23 March 2018.

9 ‘Guide to Neutral Citations’ (Inner Temple Library) <www.innertemplelibrary.org.uk/research-and-training/guide-to-neutral-citations/> accessed 23 March 2018.

10 ‘Global Online Access to Legal Information’ (International Labour Organization) <www.ilo.org/goali/about/lang--en/index.htm> accessed 23 March 2018.