How to Subscribe to eJudgements
- Go to Subscriptions and chose one of the subscription options.
- Once you have added the desired subscription to the basket, you will be given the option to proceed to checkout. Click on that button.
- You will then be asked to enter your name and contact details. Note that this is to identify your order and contact you if necessary. eJudgements does not share any of this information with any third parties, unless required by law.
- Once you have processed the payment, you will be redirected back to the eJudgements website.
- Within 6 hours you will receive an email with login details for the eJudgements database. (We strive to process all requests immediately, but it is sometimes not possible. If we take more than 6 hours for requests placed between 8:00 and 16:00 we will add an extra week to the subscription for every hour over 6 that we take.)
- You will need a Microsoft Account to login to the Database. If you already have one, use that to login from the link you received. If not, register for a Microsoft Account. It does not cost you anything and does not come with any commitment to Microsoft. You only have to register with Microsoft once.
- You will then be able to access the eJudgements database and search functions. You can use that login directly thereafter and will not need to return to this page each time if you don’t want to.
How Much Does eJudgements Cost?
eJudgements does not carry the extensive staff and other costs of the major commercial publishers and does not cross-subsidise other divisions. Therefore subscriptions are reasonable and extremely competitive.
All subscriptions run from the date of activation (ie when you log in for the first time) to that date in the future (monthly, annually, as the case may be).
Please see the subscriptions page for the rates applicable to the various types of subscriptions.
Group rates, applicable to attorneys’ firms or groups of advocates, etc, are available on request. Please send an email to email@example.com with details of the type of group or firm and the number of potential users.