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Our Web Pages

We are really quite proud of our WWW pages (Web pages) on the Internet. You can see them, (if you are not already looking at this via Internet) at

http://www.swarb.co.uk/

In some ways our site is quite boring. In particular, there are no fancy graphics, or sick-making multi-colours, or sounds. Nothing moves. Instead we have a substantial body of text, something over 30 megabytes of text in over eight hundred pages, of text relating to matters legal.

The site has several sections:

  1. law-bytes (law-bytes@swarb.co.uk) - A series of short, generally single sheet, pieces of advice. We try to make these readable but significant. They can sum up advice and otherwise help the process of us talking with our clients.
  2. The law-index@swarb.co.uk is a substantial index of case reports going back to the beginning of 1991. We now stand at 120,000+ case reports (as at Jun 2006). This is a splendid resource for anyone (lawyer, student, LIP) to do some research and gain an overview of developments in case law. It is freely accessible, and demonstrates our firm's commitment to the law, to the Internet, and to our clients being empowered in their own use of the law. The swarb.co law index limits entries to those before the end of 2002.
  3. Acts We carry a growing, number of Acts of Parliament on-line.
Important: Please note that our law-bytes are retained for archival purposes only. The law changes, and these notes are often, now, out of date. You must take direct advice on your own personal situation and the law as it currently stands.
All information on this site is in general and summary form only. The content of any page on this site may be out of date and or incomplete, and you should not not rely directly upon it. Take direct professional legal advice which reflects your own particular situation.
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