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  • 1. How to locate UK cases
  • 2. WLR citation [2002] 2 WLR 1315
  • 3. Checking abbreviations What do the abbreviations mean? How do you know whether it is a Singapore case or an English case? Cardiff Index to Legal Abbreviations http://www.legalabbrevs.cardiff.ac.uk/
  • 4. Which database do you use?
  • 5. Which Database? Singapore Cases UK Cases [Available via LawNet]
  • 6. Le Lievre v Gould [1893] 1 QB 491
  • 7. Alcock v Chief Constable of the South Yorkshire Police [1991] 4 ALL ER 907
  • 8. This mind map is useful for identifying case law databases for other jurisdictions. It is not a comprehensive list. It is merely a guide to the legal resources available to SMU.
  • 9. For more information http://researchguides.smu.edu.sg/caselaw
  • 10. Email: libresearch@smu.edu.sg Questions

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