Structure of judgments
- Text of judgment in the original language
- Translation into a foreign language (e.g. EN, FR, GE)
- Summary in a foreign language (e.g. EN, FR, GE)
- References to foreign judgments (foreign law)
New judgment page
Go to the relevant country page and category page. Edit the category page and insert a link to new judgment:
Create the page, edit and either insert your text or create a table.
Presentation of judgments
The best way would be to present your judgment in a table (see: http://caselawpedia.wikidot.com/newjudgmentname).
In order to create the table use the following (text has to be inserted in place of "content of table no 1, 2, 3…"):
[[tabview]] [[tab Original text]] Content of Table No 1 [[/tab]] [[tab Translation]] Content of Table No 2 [[/tab]] [[tab Summary]] Content of Table No 3 [[/tab]] [[tab References to foreign judgments]] Content of Table No 4 [[/tab]] [[tab Analysis]] Content of Table No 5 [[/tab]] [[/tabview]]
You do not have to follow the table format. In such a case, just follow the same steps to create a link to a new judgment page. Edit and insert your text.
Remember also that you do not have to cover all five elements.
General structure per country
- Access to judgments (copyright issues)
- Category (e.g. consumer protection law, tax law, civil law, etc.); see for example: http://caselawpedia.wikidot.com/germany
New category page
In order to insert a new category go to the country page. Edit the country page and insert the link to the new category:
Then create a new page under this link and insert your text or link to a judgment. Remember to always insert country name before the new category name (e.g. Polish consumer protection law, Greek tax law).