The fourteen cooperating LIIs comprising the free access to law network--AustLII, BAILII, CanLII, CyLaw, Droit Francophone, HKLII, Juri Burkina, LII (Cornell), PacLII, NZLII, SAFLII, CommonLII, AsianLII and WorldLII--have one current network hub (WorldLII) and one emerging network hub (Droit Francophone).
For example, BAILII uses four Intel Linux-based servers with single processors.
CommonLII relies principally upon the content of existing LIIs (AustLII, BAILII, CyLaw, CanLII,  PacLII, HKLII, NZLII, SAFLII and ZamLII), but also added over 50 databases from 20 additional countries, which do not yet have their own LIIs (mainly in South Asia and the Caribbean).
The British & Irish Legal Information Institute  (BAILII), formed in 2000, is based at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London and operated by the BAILII Trust.
BAILII and PacLII were multicounty, regional systems from inception (and SAFLII became one), but did not involve material from other LIIs.
It was the first multi-LII site, initially providing search accesses to the databases from AustLII, BAILII, PacLII, HKLII and CanLII, and from South Africa (before SAFLII was formed).
This method of neutral citations for decisions published on LIIs is used by AustLII, BAILII, PacLII, SAFLII, and NZLII, and for the case databases originating on CommonLII, AsianLII and WorldLII.