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Temporary Document Supply Service Update

We are offering a document delivery service between 9.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m. from Monday-Friday for barrister members of all four Inns.

Material can be supplied for existing judicial or Parliamentary proceedings, research for non commercial purposes and private study.

The Library will supply scans, subject to the provisions of the law of copyright (the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 and the Copyright and Rights in Performances (Research, Education, Libraries and Archives) Regulations 2014).

Charges for the document supply service are being waived during the COVID-19 situation, but the relevant form (Judicial Proceedings or Private Research) must be completed.

Enquiries may be made by email: distanceservice@innertemple.org.uk

Requests for material for Judicial Proceedings can be made using our online order form.

Requests for material for Private Research can be made by downloading and completing a copyright declaration form, which should bear the personal signature of the ultimate user of the research material.

Hours

The service is available from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.

Charges

Charges for the service are being waived during the Coronavirus situation, but the relevant form (Judicial Proceedings or Private Research) must be completed.

Order Forms

Judicial Proceedings Form

Private Research Form

For full details on charges and restrictions please read our General Information.

Resources

We are able to provide copies of material from:

Bloomsbury Professional Online – a list of the content available can be viewed here.

Electronic Immigration Network – case law, country of origin reports, legislation and general immigration resources.

i-law – selected content: Building Law Reports, Lloyd’s Law Reports, Lloyd’s Law Reports: Insurance and Reinsurance and Medical Law Reports, Arbitration Law, Clarke: Law of Insurance Contracts and Professional Negligence and Liability.

JustisOne – UK case law (England and Wales Judgments Court of Appeal (Civil Division) 1951 onwards, (Criminal Division) 1963-1989, 1993 onwards) and legislation; Caribbean case law including the: Bermuda Law Reports, BVI Cases, Cayman Islands Law Reports and Jamaica Cases plus cases from many other Caribbean jurisdictions.

Lawtel including Kemp Online

Lexis Commonwealth – case law, legislation and commentary for Australia, Canada, India, Hong Kong, Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore plus the Bahamas Law Reports, East Caribbean Supreme Court Reports, West Indian Reports and the Laws of Mauritius.

Lexis Library – Butterworths, Jordans* and Lexis textbooks, law reports, legal journals, Halsbury’s Laws, Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents and Atkin’s Court Forms. See the lists of available Jordans and Lexis content.

Lexis®PSL practice notes, forms, precedents, authoritative commentary and current awareness for 35 practice areas.

Practical Law – practice notes, legal updates, standard documents, checklists and multi-jurisdictional guides.

Westlaw – law reports, legislation, journals and a number of Thomson Reuters commentary sources. A list of available books can be found here.

Westlaw Canada – case law and legislation

*temporary access