• Judicial system in Finland
    Page is dedicated to Finnish judicial system. Four large segments - Finnish courts, Prosecutors, Legal aid, Enforcement - contain more detailed information about the mentioned theme. Court descriptions include information about every court authority, justices and personnel, court authorizations, legislation regulating its functioning. In the section about prosecutors the definition of prosecutor is given, rights and obligations of prosecutors are explained and links to other pages about prosecutors are offered. Judicial aid section gives information about available judicial aid, its costs, how to apply for public legal aid. In connection with enforcement information on rights and duties of creditor, debtor and employee in case of enforcement of the judgment especially debt recovery.

  • Justia
    Justia aims to advance the availability of free and easy to find legal resources by providing a comprehensive collection of links to US and Latin American legal resources. Topics covered include legislation, case law, legal education, legal profession, legal articles, legal blog and twitter databases.

  • Kenya Law Reports
    Kenyan legal acts, case law, the official gazette, information about latest developments in legislation and case law, links to online legal resources.

  • Latvian Law Guide
    Guide to the Latvian legal system and legal sources. Authors - Ilona Ceica, Ligita Vasermane.

  • Guide to e-Latvia
    The page contains information on services provided by state and municipality institutions of Republic of Latvia, as well as links to state institutions' homepages.

  • Lauterpacht Research Centre for International Law
    Information activities of the institute, links to web pages of international organizations and legal research guides and journals, access to online library catalogues and index to library catalogues worldwide. Information on scholarships and research possibilities at the institute.

  • Lawlinks
    Lawlinks is an internet gateway to legal resources on the internet. The website contains links to national law, international law, and European Union law, as well as guidance to legal research. Lawlinks is maintained by the University of Kent.

  • Law of the Republic of Tajikistan: A Guide to Web Based Resources
    Research guide by Oleg Stalbovskiy and Maria Stalbovskaya. Links to online resources about Tajikistan's legal system and legal acts.

  • LawSmart. Free documents and Forms
    Legal dictionary, FAQ on legal topics. Legal forms, contracts, business letters available by Law Practice and USA State.

  • Laws of the Republic of Kazakhstan: A Guide to Web Based Resources
    The guide provides links to online resources for researching the political and legal system of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Authors - Oleg Stalbovsky, Maria Stalbovskaya, and Anuar A. Nurakhmet.

  • Legal Information Institute
    Detailed information on Administrative law, Constitutional law and Human Rights Law in the United States. USA federal and state constitutions and codes, opinions from the US Supreme Court, Federal Court and state courts, court decisions, discussion papers and reports. Catalogue of International and Comparative Law. Access to American Legal Ethics Library and Social Security Library. Introduction to legal writing. Catalogue of reports, papers and working papers. Catalogue of legal services and legal offices.

  • Legal Research Guide to Armenia
    A guide to the resources of Armenian judicial system and legislation. Authors- Sergey Arakelyan, Anna Margaryan.

  • Legal Research Guide to Pakistan
    Constitutional development. Process of law making. Administration of law and the court system. Legal research.

  • Legal Research in Germany at the Crossroads of Traditional and Electronic Media
    Rita Exter and Martina Kammer guide provides an overview of the major sources for German law research, including the emerging Web resources on legislative process and its sources, federal and state law, court practice, court decisions, legal literature, translations of German legal resources into English.

  • Legal Research in Germany between Print and Electronic Media: An Overview
    Guide to legal research in Germany by Rita Exter and Martina Kammer. This guide describes German legal system and legislation process as well as search tips for finding legal acts, case law and legal doctrine in printed and electronic form.