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  • Finding the Law. The Micro-States and Small Jurisdictions of Europe
    Guide by Andrew Grossman includes information on such small jurisdictions of Europe as Andorra, Cyprus, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, San Marino, Vatican State. Also Channel Islands, Gibraltar, Isle of Man, Northern Cyprus, Montenegro, Kosovo and others.

  • FindLaw
    Catalogue of USA legislation texts, judgements and opinions of USA courts, newsletter on law issues, samples of legal documents and contracts, catalogue of law journals and law reviews, legal dictionary, links to other legal resources on the Internet. Legal news, discussions and commentary on legal issues. Practical advices, job opportunities, career advices. Catalogue of legal organisations. Information on legal seminars, conferences and CLE. Catalogue of Law schools, course outlines, law student resources.

  • Finnish Law on the Internet
    Guide by Sami Sarvilinna and Erika Bergström includes: information on the constitution, court system, Parliament and overall government, as well as resources on the legal profession, case law and legislation.

  • Foreign Law: Legal Research Resources in the Internet
    Links to homepages with information on the legal systems of the world and legal resources databases. Information on war tribunals, human rights in Balkans and East Timor.

  • 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.

  • French Law Guide
    Guide by Claire M. Germain includes print and online sources, in English and French, on topics ranging from the Constitution to treaties, legislation, court decisions and key Internet sites for researchers.

  • French Law on the Internet
    Emmanuel Barthe guide to French law on the Internet. Page contains information about usage of French Internet pages, how and where to find information, what kind of free resources are available.

  • Georgetown University Legal Research Guides
    Legal research guides prepared by the Georgetown Law Library. Research guides contain information on different field of law mostly from the perspective of US law. Guides also contain information on foreign and international legal research.

  • German and International Commercial Law
    This resource is maintained by German attorney-at-law Joachim Rudo. The homepage provides information on German and international business law, antitrust Law, energy Law, telecommunications law and trademarks.

  • German Business and Commercial Laws. Guide to Translations into English and Select Auxiliary Sources
    Martina Kammer's and Anne Scharrenberg's guide is locating English translations of German business and commercial laws, print and Web sources on Civil Code/Code of Civil Procedure, Commercial Code, Industrial and Intellectual Property Law, Insolvency Law, Company Law, Corporate Tax Law, Labour Law, Takeover Code, Accounting Law, Antitrust Law, Banking Law/Financial Markets/Negotiable Instruments, Insurance Law, Environmental Law, Foreign Trade Law.

  • German Law Archive
    The German Law Archive publishes judgments and other decisions by German courts, statutes, Acts of Parliament and statutory instruments, articles and bibliographies on German law in English language. Web site is developed and maintained by the University of Oxford.

  • Global Legal Information Network
    The Global Legal Information Network (GLIN) is a public database of official texts of laws, regulations, judicial decisions, and other complementary legal sources contributed by governmental agencies and international organizations. These GLIN members contribute the full texts of their published documents to the database in their original languages. Each document is accompanied by a summary in English and, in many cases in additional languages, plus subject terms selected from the multilingual index to GLIN. All summaries are available to the public, and public access to full texts is also available for most jurisdictions.

  • 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 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.

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