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  • 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.

  • eLawOnline. Legal Link Directory
    Catalogue of internet resources of the United Kingdom on criminal law, intellectual property law, family law, employment law, maritime, human rights as well as law firms, organizations and associations, legal education, legal publications and publishers. Legal resources on European Union and international law.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    Offers information on activities in the field of Estonia's foreign relations - weekly news summaries, information sheets, press releases, as well as consular information, coming events calendar and links to other governmental institutions and Estonian websites. Estonia's integration process in the NATO and EU, basic documents and activities. Accession process in the EU, national programmes, reports and documents related to accession process.

  • European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI)
    ECMI is a research centre, based in Flensburg (Germany), which conducts research, prepares publications, and organizes trainings in minority issues. The homepage offers information on main research clusters of the center, programmes, trainings, regional offices. Page also offers publications database, which compasses materials on various minority related topics, namely, documents, reports, publications, yearbooks etc.

  • European Court of Human Rights
    General information on the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), information for persons wishing to apply to the ECHR. Overview and analyses of the work of the ECHR. Database of the case law of the European Convention on Human Rights (HUDOC). Case law, judgements and decisions of the ECHR. Text of the European Convention on Human Rights and Rules of Court.

  • European e-justice
    Guide to legal systems of EU Member States. Portal offers information on Member States' legal systems, court systems and case law, as well as information on EU law, EU court system and case law.

  • FindLaw. Academic Law Reviews and Journals
    Collection of American academic law reviews and journals Articles accessible in full texts, collection arranged by topic as well alphabetically.

  • Finlex. Data Bank
    Finlex is a Finnish data bank, which contains legal acts of Finnish legislator and executive power, court precedents of the following courts: The Supreme Court (Korkein oikeus, in Finnish and Swedish), the Supreme Administrative Court (Korkein hallinto-oikeus), the Courts of Appeal (Hovioikeus), the Administrative Courts (Hallinto-oikeus), the Market Court (Markkinaoikeus, in Finnish and Swedish), the Labour Court (Työtuomioistuin) and the Insurance Court (Vakuutusoikeus). The texts of the multilateral and bilateral treaties concluded by Finland are found in a Finnish-language database.

  • FLAG. Foreign Law Guide
    Internet gateway to foreign, international and comparative law holdings in UK national and university libraries. Describes the contents of different collections. Wide search possibilities.

  • 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.

  • Government of Cyprus
    Official website of the government of Cyprus. Contains information on the government, its organisation, parliamentary elections, and the constitution of Cyprus. In addition, includes the United Nations', the European Union's, and the Commonwealth's documents related to Cyprus. Contains information on Cyprus accession to the European Union and the conflict between Cyprus and Turkey.

  • Guide to the Republic of Slovenia Legal System and Legal Research
    Maja čarni and špela Košak produce information about political system of the Republic of Slovenia, legislative, executive and judicial power. Available information about legal system and legal sources. Judicial profession and sources for legal research.

  • Harvard University Legal Research Guides
    Research assistance, subject guides, and useful resources compiled by Harvard Law School Library's research experts. Research guides focus on US legal system and legal theory, as well as internationl law.

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