Q. What are neutral citations?

Answer

Neutral citations were introduced in 2001 and do not refer to any one series of law reports but are aimed at making it easier to locate judgements on the internet. The term 'neutral' is intended to show that it is independent of any published report ('media neutral').

For more information, have a look at the UK Cases section in Law Subject Guide 

  • Last Updated Jul 12, 2021
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