This page covers several ways to find cases from the Court of Justice of the European Union (also known informally as the European Court of Justice or ECJ.) The Court currently consists of three courts: The Court of Justice, the General Court (formerly the Court of First Instance), and the Civil Service Tribunal. Basic background information about the Court is available at the Court's site.
The Human Rights section of this guide deals with the European Court of Human Rights.
The Court's site gives researchers several ways to find relevant case law —
HeinOnline has PDFs of the official reports of the European Court of Justice.
The most complete Lexis source for cases from the Court of Justice of the European Union is "EU Cases."
Here are two Westlaw sources for ECJ cases. The most complete is the "European Union Cases" source.
Sample searches (run as "Advanced" searches on Westlaw):
All ECJ cases are available at the Zief Law Library on microfiche. Selected cases are available in various print sets.