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Primary Law Publishing Services
Committed to contributing to the rule of law across Africa
LexisNexis partners with Governments, Judges, Law Societies and Bar Associations all across the world to make laws and court decisions accessible to all.
Promoting access to law. Promoting the rule of law
Legislation and case law are the two most important primary sources of law. If access to primary sources of law is restricted or out-of-date, knowledge of the law is effectively denied.
LexisNexis is committed contributing to the rule of law across Africa. For this reason, we established the "Primary Law" division – to assist in the creation of effective and up-to-date legal referencing products. We develop and maintain partnerships with countries, to empower government and citizens alike, promoting the rule of law and facilitating transparency and good governance.
LexisNexis is a world renowned partner with unsurpassed distribution channels for legal publications. Governments all over the world trust LexisNexis to bring their laws up to date and we are committed to ensuring that, once your nation's laws have been brought up-to-date, they stay that way.
Our work in Africa
As part of our commitment to improving the Rule of Law throughout Africa, LexisNexis partners with governments, judiciaries, legal experts and law societies across Africa and the commonwealth that share our vision.
LexisNexis specialises in managing challenging large-scale publishing projects. We aim to consolidate or revise your legislation and deliver a new revised edition of laws in
a matter of months.
Recording and publishing the most important decisions of a nation's courts is a vital component of developing legal certainty and transparency. As a result, the preservation and publication of the judgments of courts is of critical importance.
LexisNexis publishes Primary Laws in a number of format options to suit your market – from exceptional quality print products – in bound and loose-leaf format, to leading edge digital solutions, providing a research product that is intuitive and easy to use.
Free electronic access to laws
In keeping with our commitment to increasing and broadening access to legal information, LexisNexis also encourages governments to make their laws and case law available for free download using a basic PDF-based interface. We offer this service as standard as part of our print and online publishing packages,
for no extra charge.
Laws of the Federation of NigeriaRelease Date: July 09, 2014R15,214.50
Laws of the Federation of NigeriaR9,550.65
All Nigeria Law ReportsRelease Date: June 01, 2013R65,516.75
All Nigeria Law ReportsR51,851.02
Laws of MauritiusR16,772.96
The Laws of UgandaRelease Date: March 16, 2015R6,783.13
Revised Laws of GambiaRelease Date: August 02, 2016R9,455.69