To find a case in the Law Library, you need to have a legal citation for the case.
An example of a Case citation is  3 WLR 247. See below what the different parts of the citation stand for:
To find the judgment of this particular case in the Law Library, you need to:
As more cases became available electronically, cases after 2001 are also given a new form of citation known as "neutral citation". The neutral citation denotes the court that issued the judgment and the case number (it does not refer to a law report)