The home of the authorised Law Reports of the Supreme Court of Victoria is victorianreports.com.au.
The Victorian Reports digital portal has been developed by the team at JADE for Little William Bourke, the official publisher of the Victorian Reports, and only the second publisher appointed by the Council of Law Reporting of Victoria in the history of the Reports.
You can experience the Victorian reports in new and traditional ways:
The Little William Bourke team offer the following services for accessing the Victorian Reports:
Access the VRs with incoming citations at the paragraph level anywhere you need them.
Use the digital VRs to find related materials in other jurisdictions and find the answers you need.
Quickly access the reports that you need on demand.
Add to your collection with an annual bound volume subscription.
The Victorian Reports (known as the Victorian Law Reports until 1957) contain significant cases from the Supreme Court in its first decisions and appeal decisions. Some 70-75 cases are selected for inclusion annually on the criteria that they may introduce a new principle or rule of law, contain information relevant to an important practice or procedure, or are otherwise instructive or helpful. They are selected by The Council’s appointed editor, currently Mr Peter G Willis SC.
The site is the most comprehensive collection of the Victorian Reports, with each Volume fully indexed and accessible from 1905. Additionally, nominate reports dating back to 1876 are available in various forms.
In an effort to make the Victorian Reports as accessible as possible, you are able to view cases from any given volume in a pay-per-view style. In addition, annual and monthly subscriptions are available and grant full access to all content on the sight. Affordable quality bound volumes, as well as parts, are available for purchase.