• National Council for Crime Prevention of Finland
    The home page provides information on the council's activities and current issues, crime prevention strategies, publications.

  • New Zealand Legal Information Institute (NZLII)
    A collection of New Zealand's legal acts and case law, links to online resources about New Zealand's legal system, different legal disciplines, legal education and legal profession.

  • N-lex. A common gateway to national law
    Project 'N-lex' provides access to the official databases of national laws in 28 EU countries.

  • Nuremberg Trials Project
    Information on the Nuremberg Trials. The website currently provides: 6755 digital photographs of pages of Case 1 trial documents and related evidence file documents (including all of the prosecution trial documents in the collection, two-thirds of the defendants' trial documents, and some of the NO evidence file documents), analytical data on all trial documents and related evidence file documents for NMT 1 (U.S.A. v. Karl Brandt et al.) and NMT 2 (U.S.A. v. Erhard Milch), and most of these documents for NMT 4 (U.S.A. v. Oswald Pohl et al.); the keyed text of the first seven days of court proceedings in the Case 1 trial transcript (through December 13, 1946: approximately 500 pages); a complete introduction to the project, the documents, and the trials worked on so far; a search engine for all the documents that have been analyzed so far (5842 in all); a search engine (including full-text queries) for that portion of the Case 1 transcript currently available; links between these various elements.

  • On Law and the State. Portal of the Latvian Herald
    Portal is maintained by ‘Latvijas Vestnesis’ (Latvian Herald), official publisher of the Republic of Latvia, and offers authoritative and reliable access to official information. The portal provides information on new legal acts and amendments, explanations of law in practice, announcements of state institutions, e-consultations, links to databases of Latvian and European Union law.

  • Open Jurist. Court opinions database
    OpenJurist provides access to published court opinions without charge. The database includes over 600,000 opinions from the United States Supreme Court and United States Courts of Appeals from the First, Second and Third edition of The Federal Reports.

  • Overview of the Sudanese Legal System and Legal Research
    Sharanjeet Parmar produce information about political system of Sudan, court system, legal sources and customary law. Available information of particular legal matters- criminal law, civil law, children rights and duties, commercial law. Legal literature.

  • PACER. US Case Law
    PACER is a fee-based database that allows users to obtain case and docket information from federal appellate, district and bankruptcy courts.

  • Parliament of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
    Official website of the Parliament of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. The source contains information on the Parliament; it’s structure, members and practice as well as information on president, prime minister, ombudsman of the republic. In addition, the page contains legislation of the Republic since year 1995.

  • Philippine laws and jurisprudence databank
    Collection of legal acts and case law, outline of court system, information about Philippine's membership in international organizations and binding international treaties. Links to online legal resources.

  • PROVIDUS centre for public policy
    Site offers policy studies, reviews, articles and blogs on public policy issues in Latvia covering the following topics: policy process, social integration, rule of law, human rights, information society, civil society, education and employment, foreign affairs. Information on social projects implemented by PROVIDUS is also available.

  • Raimonds Briedis' law office
    Attorneys at Raimonds Briedis' law office are professionals in different legal spheres, starting from preparation of contracts and liability law till legal assistance in criminal law.

  • Research Guide to Belgian Law
    Guide to researching Belgian law by Christoph Malliet. This guide describes Belgian political and legal system, legal sources and legal research.

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

  • Research Guide to Ukrainian Law
    A guide by Myroslava Kryvonos and Alexander Biryukov includes resources on Ukrainian law, the history of the country's legal system, state power, the legislative system, fields of Ukrainian legislative system, legal education, legal materials, legal citations and other legal related sources