Launching its free-to-search Find-A-Barrister service at www.havers-find-
This new Barrister Hub, more details of which can be found at www.havers.co.uk, will provide a unique way for barristers to promote themselves on several different websites, whilst only needing to update their details in one place. But equally exciting is the news that Justis Publishing – its latest in a long line of partners and the company behind JustCite – has now taken Havers’ highly acclaimed information on 11,500 practising barristers, and is publicising them and the work that they do in a completely new and more easily searchable way.
Providing records for hundreds of thousands of cases, statutes and articles, JustCite now displays biographical information in new barrister profiles for every barrister in independent practice at the Bar. Each barrister’s key cases are then cross-referenced against the wealth of cases indexed on the popular citator and search engine, and linked to these new Havers profiles. This lets instructing solicitors and other JustCite users search directly for barristers or find them through cases they’re linked to.
Jonathan Daymond of Justis Publishing said: “JustCite has over 30,000 registered users across the legal profession. So this is a fantastic opportunity for barristers and their chambers to enjoy some of the most targeted exposure currently available anywhere.”
Holly Kingsford, Editor of Havers, said: “This is a very exciting development for us. Our data is already used interactively on Lawtel and Westlaw, and this collaboration with Justis will give all barristers the opportunity of unprecedented exposure.”
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Justis Publishing Ltd has been publishing legal and parliamentary titles online and on CD-ROM since 1986 and in recent years has developed a citator to complement its own and third-party services. The company has secured a leading position in the sector, concentrating on United Kingdom, Irish, Commonwealth and European Union legal, official and business information. At the last count, JustCite indexed over half a million cases.