10 Years of Online Law Publishing
This year marks ten years of online law publishing from Oxford University Press. The last decade has seen great innovations take place within digital publishing. Oxford has embraced these changes and led the way with an ever-growing suite of online products.
Law first went digital back in 2006 with International Law in Domestic Courts (ILDC). ILDC collects and analyses court decisions on key issues of international law and has revolutionised research on the interpretation and application of international law at the national level.
Since 2006 Oxford's portfolio of online products has expanded to include two product families and two standalone products, Oxford Public International Law, Oxford Legal Research Library, Investment Claims and Oxford Competition Law. These products represent publishing from across the legal spectrum and feature renowned authors and legal content from around the world.
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Excessive length of proceedings — action for damages — cost-fixing proceedings as autonomous proceedings in the sense of Section 198(6) of the Judicature Act, Unidentified group of claimants (X) v Free Hanseatic City of Bremen, Revision, SozR 4-1720 § 198 Nr 2, ILDC 2433 (DE 2014), 10th July 2014, Germany; Federal Social Court [BSG]