• Lawlinks
    Lawlinks is an internet gateway to legal resources on the internet. The website contains links to national law, international law, and European Union law, as well as guidance to legal research. Lawlinks is maintained by the University of Kent.

  • Law Reform Database (British Columbia)
    The webpage contains over 6800 records on law reform. Each record describes a discrete publication of one of the law reform agencies in Canada, the Commonwealth or the United States.

  • Legal resources catalogue
    Legal resource database maintained by Delia Venables. Contains information for individuals, companies, lawyers and students. Includes links to various organisations, legal advice sites, legal carer, legal publishers mainly in United Kingdom and Ireland. In addition contains links to legal resources by topic such as environmental law, criminal law etc.

  • Legifrance
    A collection of French legislation, case law, official gazettes, international treaties and agreements binding France. Links to online legal resources.

  • Legislationline. OSCE database
    Free-of-charge online service provided by Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE). It compiles international texts and domestic legislation in the OSCE region dealing with the rule of law and the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms.

  • Legislative procedures (Prelex)
    European Union’s database, which offers a possiblity to follow the life cycle of legislative proposals and provides detailed information on actions of institutions & bodies involved in the legislative procedures.

  • Legislative train
    Digital tool that allows users to follow the life cycle of legislative proposals at the European Parliament in political areas outlined in the Commission's working programme.

  • Lex Mundi. Association of independent law firms
    Page provides information about the association and its members. Useful guides to doing a business abroad as well as global legal practices guides regarding numerous fields of law are also available.

  • Maastricht Faculty of Law working papers
    The working papers series comprises publications of Maastricht-based authors on various legal topics, mainly related to European Union law.

  • Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law
    Information on research activities and publications of the Max Planck Institute, list of research papers and other publications of the institute's researchers.

  • Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law Heidelberg
    Information on the publications of the Max Planck Institute (MPI). OPAC-Online Public Access Catalogue. Information on the Max Planck Society. Access to the list of publications by the staff of MPI starting from year 1996. Virtual library, catalogue of journals and periodical series.

  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia
    Information on activities of Latvia in international area, diplomatic representative offices, international agreements, Latvia's participation in the European Union and NATO, information on bilateral relations with countries of the world, as well as information on consular and diplomatic services. documents related to EU and NATO are available in Latvian.

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

  • 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.

  • On matters constitutional. Verfassungsblog
    The blog, which is dedicated to constitutional law, brings together more than 220 authors, of which many are globally renowned experts on German, European and international public law. Articles published in the blog analyze topical constitutional law issues in the European Union and its Member States.