This week the Government of Bermuda launched a new information portal at http://www.gov.bm/. Completely redesigned and revamped, it appears to be quite user friendly.
Legal resources can now be found in new locations.
The general Laws and Regulations page can be found here: https://www.gov.bm/government/laws-and-regulations.
2013- 2016 Court Judgments (cases) can be found here: https://www.gov.bm/court-judgments. March 2016 cases are missing but members of the legal information professionals community have emailed the Government to let them know to put those up. 2016 Court of Appeal cases will appear on this page as well but they haven't been posted yet.
There is very little in the way of contact names and email addresses or phone numbers.
I have updated the Legal Resources tab on this blog to reflect the changes. See: http://bermudalawblog.bm/resources/.
Note that any bookmarks you have to resources on the old site will need to be updated.
As well, in a Royal Gazette article published yesterday, Premier Michael Dunkley highlighted: "The public is encouraged to visit www.gov.bm often because the portal team will continually update information, add content and enhance service functionality. Each page has a feedback button. I encourage visitors to the site to let us know what you like about the new portal and what you would like to see more of."
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