English Reports


The English Reports are a 176-volume set, published between 1900 and 1930, which bring together in a single collection nearly all of the law reports published in England before the establishment of the ICLR Law Reports in 1865. As such, the English Reports contain virtually the entire body of English case law from the Middle Ages until 1865 -- over 100,000 cases. These cases are not merely of historical interest. The principles they established form the basis of the common law, as such they are often still cited in present day cases.

Volume 72 is the only foreign language volume of the set and is not online.