• BRAMA. Ukrainian Laws and Legal Matters
    Ukrainian legal resource guide. Includes collection of links of Ukrainian bar associations and lawyers, legal databases and search engines. Contains also comments on Ukrainian legal procedure and laws of various subjects.

  • British and Irish Legal Information Institute (BAILII)
    Full text, searchable legislation and case law databases covering England and Wales, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland and United Kingdom, fully cross-referenced. Judgments are linked through to other decisions or to the legislation and, where relevant, to decisions of Australian, Canadian and other linked sites worldwide. Resources include House of Lords decisions, Court of Appeal of England and Wales decisions, High Court of England and Wales decisions, Northern Ireland Court of Appeal decisions, High Court of Northern Ireland decisions, Irish Supreme Court decisions, Irish High Court decisions, Irish Competition Authority decisions, Irish Information Commissioner's decisions, Scottish Court of Sessions decisions, Scottish High Court decisions, Scottish Sheriff Courts decisions and legislation for Northern Ireland, Ireland and the United Kingdom.

  • Center for Economic and Social Rights (CESR)
    Information on economic and social rights worldwide, international and national projects of the center, publications and events. Includes wide collection of links related to human rights worldwide.

  • Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)
    Page contains information about environmental law in global scope, human rights, biotechnology, biodiversity and wildlife program, property law in rural regions and many other programs, law reform and plans.

  • Centre for German Legal Information
    Homepage of the Cente of German Legal Information provides translations of German legislation and court practice in English, legal articles and research papers on German law.

  • Centre for Human Rights. Africa
    South Africa legal information centre of University of Pretoria provides with information on academic programmes, centre’s activities, projects, publications and legislation related to human rights. Contains useful collection of links to other human rights resources in Africa and international.

  • Coalition for the International Criminal Court (CICC)
    Information on International Criminal Court (ICC), that is collected and analyzed by network of different world non-governmental organizations that is advocating fair, effective and independent International Criminal Court. Information on ICC work, elections, events.

  • ComLaw. Australian legislation
    ComLaw is a free of charge legislation database managed by the Australian government. The database includes full texts of Australian legal acts, details of the lifecycle of individual laws and the relationships between them, and related documents.

  • Committee against Torture
    Committee against Torture is monitoring the prevention of torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. The website contains information about its work and activities, initial and periodic reports of states, Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, its additional protocols, individual complains and other information concerning prevention of torture.

  • Complete Research Guide to the Laws of the People's Republic of China (PRC)
    Introduction to the legal system and legal sources of People's Republic of China. Authors - Wei Luo and Joan Liu.

  • 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.

  • Council of Europe
    Official web site of the Council of Europe (COE). Information on the activities of the COE and the Committee of Ministers of the COE. News, press releases, newsletter. Access to official documents: resolutions, European conventions, recommendations, summits and conference materials, speeches, monitoring reports, Activities Reports. Links to the web sites of the Parliamentary Assembly, European Court of Human Rights and Commissioner for Human Rights. Information on the Secretary General, Congress of Local and Regional Authorities and OSCE. Catalogue of the Library of the COE, catalogue of the latest publications and journals. Sites to the web sites of journals. Latest projects of the COE. Human Rights documents, pages on equality of gender, national minorities, combating racism and torture prevention. Information on legal co-operation, Venice Commission, Group of States against corruption (GRECO), social cohesion, information on Youth groups, COE activities in the field of environment, education, culture and heritage, youth and sport. Information on the COE and NGOs. Information on the ratification and signatures of the conventions. A list of the member states to the COE and their permanent representatives. Informational materials (leaflets, brochures, educational materials). Prizes and competitions.

  • 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.