• Research guide to cases and materials on terrorism
    Terrorism and relevant crimes - bibliography and internet resources. Author - Andrew Grossman.

  • Researching Ghanaian Law
    Victor Essien informs about Ghanaian law, sources of law, legislation, customary law, other areas of law (labour, family, criminal law), legal education, legal profession, case law.

  • Researching the United Nations: finding the organization's internal resource trails
    Linda Tashbook’s research guide provides an overview of the diverse U.N. information resources. The article contains information on finding persons involved with the U.N., databases of treaties and other U.N. documents, U.N. publications, glossaries, and handbooks.

  • Road Traffic Safety Directorate of the Republic of Latvia
    Information on vehicle registration, driver's qualification, and technical inspection of vehicles in the Republic of Latvia, including normative acts, fees, working hours, standards in inspections and other information. Also statistics on vehicles, road traffic accidents, driving licences and vehicle technical inspection.

  • Roman Empire
    Information on the Roman Empire, history, bibliography of emperors, culture, Early Republic and Late Republic, collapse, religion, society, army and many more. Links to other web pages on Roman Empire from different points of view.

  • Roman Law Resources
    Search possibilities for literature, reviews, teaching materials, sources, bibliographies, electronic reprints in Roman Law. Directory of historians of ancient law, Roman, civil and ancient law portals. Directory of journals devoted to Roman and civil law, list of antiquarian booksellers. Project catalogue. Directory of Roman law faculties, institutes, chairs, libraries.

  • Social Science Research Network (SSRN)
    SSRN provides abstracts and full texts for research papers from various areas of science, for example, law, economics, and philosophy.

  • Swedish Judiciary
    Page embraces information about Swedish judiciary giving a short report of its components (The Supreme Court, District Courts etc.), a preview in specific court procedure spheres like bankruptcy, appeal court, administrative court procedures and legal basics of legal aid and giving evidence at court.

  • Swiss Institute of Comparative Law (ISDC)
    Official webpage of the organization with information on field of activity of the institute, access to the library catalogue un European documentation Centre, information on scholarships and visits at the institute, as well as planned colloquia and other events. Information of Institute Publications (acquisition of publications for a fee), reference to other online sites' search possibilities by theme or country. Information on publications of legal opinions of the institute (majority concerns family law and law of succession etc.).

  • Tenders Electronic Daily. Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union
    Page informs about current tenders in European Unions. Data base is browsable by theme, OJ number, state and other values. The result list reveals information about the procedure of tender, demands of the agreement, subject etc.

  • Terra Nullius. The Housing, Land and Property Weblog
    A blog on housing, land and property (HLP) rights in conflict, disaster, displacement, humanitarian assistance, early recovery and transitional justice settings. The blog is maintaned by Rhodri C. Williams, a human rights consultant and researcher, in collaboration with the Aland Cultural Foundation.

  • The Institute of Legal Information Theory and Techniques (ITTIG)
    Home page of the Institute of Legal Information Theory and Techniques (ITTIG). Information about the institute's areas of activity and services (consultations, training, fee-based databases etc.)

  • T.M.C. Asser Institute
    Official webpage of T.M.C. Asser Institute. Information on T.M.C. Asser, history of the institute, study and research possibilities, international conferences and seminars. Access to library catalogue, ordering and acquisition of books (pay services). Selection of Internet resources. Legal Advice and consultancy to law firms, companies and governmental services in the fields of law covered by the institute. Access to European documentation Centre and its resources. Newsletter and information order form for Institute activities and fields of specialization. Bibliography. Netherlands case law and legislation (in Dutch) and state practice in Public International Law.

  • Trans-Lex.Transnational commercial law
    Trans-Lex is an international research and codification platform, maintained by the University of Cologne, Germany, which aims to provide free and easy access to materials of transnational commercial law. The portal offers codified principles of transnational commercial law, prepared by Professor Klaus Peter Berger from the University of Cologne; the portal also provides a collection of national and international sources of commercial law, research papers, and historical materials on the topic.

  • Tribal Court Clearinghouse
    Resources on Native American law in the United States. Information on tribal jurisdiction and law, as well as relevant federal and state legislation and case law as well as information on topics related to tribal jurisdiction.