and Irish Legal Information Institute
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BAILII - People and Organisations who have helped
The following organisations have been important in establising BAILII and
play major ongoing roles in the provision of the service:
Australasian Legal Information Institute
Faculty of Law, University of Technology, Sydney
Level 3, B Block, Markets Campus
cnr Quay St and Ultimo Road
Haymarket NSW 2007
Tel no. +612 9514 3174
Initially BAILII was built by AustLII at no cost to the British and Irish parties involved.
This was AustLII's contribution to creating free access to the law in Britain and Ireland. BAILII
continues to rely heavily on our partnership with AustLII.
Smith Bernal International
190 Fleet Street
London EC4A 2AG
Tel. +44 (0) 20 7421 4072
For their free and daily supply of Royal Courts of Justice, London, Supreme Court hand-down judgments with Vendor Neutral Citations applied.
Many individuals have also made major contributions in relation to sourcing and
sending data. All of the following people are very deserving of special mention for all of their help:
Clive is responsible for creating and modifying his program which converts the cases we receive from the Courts
and Smith Bernal into the web versions (html) which are displayed on BAILII. Without a doubt his work has produced the best quality web versions of these cases found on the Internet. Clive is involved in all aspects of BAILII and his work and advice are invaluable to our effort.
3 Verulam Buildings
Jennefer was responsible for sending most of the early Irish case law data that would otherwise
not be available.
Bar Council of Ireland
Joe has helped to facilitate the provision of Irish Supreme Court and High
Court decisions at the start of the project and is assisting with current flows
of Irish case data.
Alison has provided all of the Northern Ireland Court of Appeal
and High Court decisions on the system.
Northern Ireland Courts
Thanks to Norman for the
Northern Ireland legislation. Norman is an enthusiast and all of the NI legislation databases would have been totally impossible without his help and assistance.
Statutory Publications Office, Northern Ireland
Pat has been of tremendous help in sending NI case law.
Librarian, Northern Ireland Courts Service
Catherine has helped a lot with Northern Irish cases too!
Northern Ireland Courts Service
Linklaters & AllianceOne Silk Street
Linklaters & Alliance provided the venue and paid the expenses of the "Freeing the Law" evening on 10 October 2001
Veale WasbroughOrchard Lane
Solicitors, Orchard Court
Bristol, BS1 5DS
Veale Wasbrough was responsible for the legal work in registering the