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BAILII gets MoJ lifeline

The most widely used free public online database of court judgments has been handed a one-year lifeline.

  • The 20-year-old British and Irish Legal Information Institute (BAILII) told the Gazette that its five-year contract with the Ministry of Justice, which was due to expire next year, has been renewed for one year.

    Under the contract, the MoJ pays £50,000 a year – nearly one quarter of BAILII's total income – to disseminate judgments selected by individual judges. Last year, the site had more than 12 million visits. It is operated on a shoestring budget by fewer than four full-time staff.

    Read the full article here: Law Gazette

News, published: 27/11/2020


Published: 27/11/2020

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