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  • Comparative Law
    Comparative law research guide by Paul Norman. Comparative law, conflict of laws, unification and harmonization of law.

  • Constitution-Making Web Links
    The US Institute of Piece provides links to resources on constitutions and constitution-making process.

  • Cornell University Law School Legal Information Institute (Cornell LII)
    The work of the institute is aimed at ensuring free and open access to law and legal writings. The homepage contains an extensive collection of U.S. legal acts and case law, links to law of other world countries and international law, sample agreements and legal forms, as well as a legal encyclopedia.

  • Court of Arbitration for Sport (TAS-CAS)
    Information on international arbitration tribunal that resolves sport disputes. Information on press releases on sport's disputes. Rules and ethical code for arbitrators in court of arbitration for sports, judgements of this court, history and necessity. Information on mediation possibilities in case of sport disputes. Statistics on disputes on sport.

  • Derechos Human Rights
    Guide to human rights resources. Includes topics such as death penalty, economic and social rights, corruption, freedom of speech, impunity etc. Provides links to documents, reports, information sources and articles as well as links to various non-governmental organizations related to human rights.

  • DomCLIC database
    An ever-expanding database of domestic jurisprudence relating to international criminal law. This online digest allows to access domestic case law that deals with international criminal law from countries all over the world.

  • ECOLEX
    ECOLEX is an information service on environmental law, operated jointly by FAO, IUCN and UNEP. The ECOLEX database includes information on treaties, international soft-law and other non-binding policy and technical guidance documents, national legislation, judicial decisions, law and policy literature.

  • Electronic Information System for International Law (EISIL)
    Data base on international law, including international human rights, state and group of state rights, law of international organizations, environmental law, space, air and water law, economic law, transport and telecommunication law, settlement of disputes, armed conflict, criminal law and international private law. Contains links to primary documents, recommended web sites, and research guides, as well as other added information.

  • Foreign Law Research Guide
    Research guide by Stephanie Davidson and Zhang Yue. Links to online legal research guides about world countries.

  • Foreign Law: Subject Law Collections on the Web
    Charlotte Bynum's subject law collection of foreign law on the web. Introduction to selected subject collections of national or domestic laws which are available on the web. Constitutional law. Public administration and finance. Libraries and archive. Labor laws. Maritime, costal, space law. Investment, privatization, banking, insolvency and securitization laws. Volunteer and non-profit laws. Competition and consumer laws. Criminal laws. Intellectual property laws. Mining and energy laws.

  • Global warming: a comparative guide to the E.U. and the U.S. and their approaches to the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol
    Deborah Paulus-Jagrič 's guide to synopsize the UNFCCC and the Kyoto Protocol, and discuss the sources one would use to research them, to state the major difference between the E.U. and the U.S. Background on the Convention and the Protocol. Other states. Online information and bibliography.

  • Government Gazettes Online
    List of all online government gazettes and their characteristics to aid researchers. A description of the contents and coverage are included for each gazette. Useful resources in the bibliography. Government gazettes and their characteristics to aid researchers.

  • Government Publications and Maps. Foreign Governments
    Catalogue of governmental and intergovernmental sites. Links to pages and databases containing legal documents of the United States and international legal documents concerning international organizations are available. Maps and links to other social science data resources are also available.

  • Guide on the Harmonization of International Commercial Law
    Guide on the harmonization of international commercial law by Duncan Alford. Information on endeavours to harmonize commercial law within the framework of European Union and globally, information about international treaties, as well as soft law (UNIDROIT principles), guide for further research, useful links.

  • Hague Conference on Private International Law
    Information on what is the Hague Conference (its establishment, methods of operation, institutional structure, publications, contact information). Detailed listing of the Hague Conventions in Private International Law. Contains full texts of conventions and lists of member states. The Hague Conference program form 1996 till 2002. Summary of news and facts in a form or press release.

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