Scots Law Times is the fastest and only law reporter containing coverage from every Scottish court, civil and criminal, from the Sheriff Court to the House of Lords and the Privy Council – in a single service.

Scots Law Times is fully indexed week by week and quickly develops into an information resource that no legal professional can afford to ignore. Each week Scots Law Times contains: case reports, articles, book reviews, Acts of Adjournal and Sederunt, news and case commentaries.

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W. Green's flagship title is available in a number of formats to suit your needs:

The paper service publishes each Friday, with 40 issues per year.

  • It is the fastest reporting service available
  • Includes news, articles and case commentaries

Westlaw UK Scots Law

Westlaw UK Scots Law - Scotland's online legal information service giving you access to legislation, cases, articles and current awareness.

  • Scots Law Times cases dating back to 1893 are available on Westlaw UK Scots Law
  • Scots Law Times articles from 1997 onwards are also available, along with case commentaries
  • Westlaw UK Scots Law also brings you all UK and Scottish primary legislation from Westminster and Holyrood, plus case history at a glance and much more

Scots Law Times is available on CD-ROM and is updated monthly

  • The CD-ROM carries all the weight and authority of the paper service and provides you with a powerful research tool, providing you with the means of finding an elusive authority in seconds.
  • It is a portable and accessible library which you can use at home, in court or in the office

Scots Law Times Full Service

  • The full service offers both the paper and the CD-ROM in one package

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