CaseCheck is a free online archive of decisions by the Scottish courts and industrial appeals tribunals launched on October 1. What makes it unique is the ability of readers to annotate the summary report of each decision, commenting on utility and coherence ((Family lawyers in Canada will remember that this was the service that the late J.G. MacLeod of UWO performed as he edited the RFLs)).
The next step is to introduce an Amazon-style facility where if you call up one case, it will suggest you might like to read connected cases, too.
With CaseCheck, unlike other case reporting services, however, which are more academic in nature, I’m aiming at those actively involved in interpreting and applying the law.