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  • Contents Pages from Law Reviews and Other Scholarly Journals
    A keyword-searchable database of tables of contents from more than 750 law reviews and other scholarly publications related to the law published in the United States and abroad. Updated daily, the database lists journal issues received over the past three months by the Tarlton Law Library.

  • 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.

  • Courts of Norway
    Page contains information about Norwegian legal system, core principles of court practice, judges - their rights and responsibilities, criminal and civil procedure (only in Norwegian), as well as a short glance in a history of Norwegian court system. A special section is devoted to advices (only in Norwegian) what to do in various situations when judicial help in protecting one's rights is necessary.

  • Croatian Legal System
    Research guide by Dunja Kuecking and Milivoje žugiã provides detailed information on the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of the government as well as topical links on issues including human rights, legal education, and legal publishers.

  • Danish judicial system
    Page offers some information about Danish judicial system (also from historic point of view), court authorities, work of judges, as well as gives a short insight into civil and criminal procedure.

  • Description of the Structure of the Hellenic Republic, the Greek Legal System, and Legal Research
    Organization of the state, legislative branch, executive branch, judicial branch, history and sources of Greek law.

  • Doing Legal Research in Brazil
    Research guide by Edilenice Passos gives information on Brazilian state structure (devision of powers), legal system, judicial and legislative sources, primary legal resources, institutions dealing with judicial information, legal research, codes, topical areas of the law, bibliographic references.

  • Doing Legal Research in Canada
    Research guide by Ted Tjaden includes information on Canadian legal system, primary and secondary legal resources, legal organizations (law libraries, law schools), legal publishers and Canadian legal research links by topic.

  • Doing Legal Research in Romania
    Dana Neacsu and Anamaria Corbescu provide detailed information in six major areas: the Romanian legal system, primary legal resources, secondary legal resources, legal organizations, and specific topics in Romanian law (criminal, tax, family, commercial law etc.), International Law and EU Expansion.

  • Eesti.ee. Estonian State Portal
    The State Portal eesti.ee provides reliable information and e-solutions for Estonian citizens, entrepreneurs and officials. The portal contains practical information on the rights and obligations of the citizens, entrepeneurship regulations and state institutions.

  • E-jurists. Portal of Legal Aid
    E-jurists in cooperation with NAIS (legislation information system) offers news in legislation - information about the latest legal acts of the Republic of Latvia (laws, bills, regulations, decrees, etc.). Information about legal acts is free of charge. Portal contains also model contracts in different fields of law and offers a possibility to order a contract, as well as receive a legal and book-keeping consultation.

  • Electronic Guide to Mexican Law
    Francisco Avalos and Elisa Donnadieu's guide includes an overview of Mexico's government and legal system, primary federal legislation, legislative sources, NAFTA, state governments, and many useful web links.

  • E-likumi
    A fee-based database which offers access to approximately 100 000 Latvian and EU legal acts. For many documents, professional translation in Russian is also provided.

  • Essential Issues of the Chilean Legal System
    Basic structure of the Chilean legal system, constitutional principles, government structure, legislation, court system, administrative organization, information sources

  • Essential issues of the Peruvian Legal System
    Political system and constitutional principles. Legislation. Type of government.Judicial system and constitutional court. Administrative organization. Main laws and regulations. Legal research.

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