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  • A Guide to online research resources for the Australian Federal Legal System with some reference to the State Level
    Guide to researching Australian federal legal system by Petal Kinder. This guide describes Australian political and judicial system, provides search tips for locating legislation and federal case law.

  • Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII)
    Databases of Legislation and case law of Australia, New Zealand, Pacific Islands, United Kingdom and Ireland. Links to other legal information resources in Australia and other countries. Search possibilities. Full text, searchable legal information system covering primary legal materials of Australian State, territory and federal legislation and decisions of courts and tribunals at both State and Federal level. In addition AustLII also contains many databases of secondary legal materials e.g. law reform and royal commission reports, law journals, treaties and other legal resources.

  • Australian Government Attorney-General's Department
    Homepage of the Attorney-General's Department. Information on Australia’s legal and justice system, legal aid, national security and counter-terrorism.

  • 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.

  • Centre for Constitutional Studies
    The resource provides links to Canadian constitutional web pages, constitutions of the world, judicial decisions of various courts, information on human rights and legislatures around the world.

  • CISG database
    Database provides access to materials for researching the Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG): treaty text and legislative history, cases on the CISG, scholarly materials, and practical advice on applying the CISG. The database is maintained by the Pace University (U.S.).

  • Comite Maritime International
    Information on history and activities of the committee. Publications of documents and yearbooks. Jurisprudence on Maritime Conventions, information on status of ratification or maritime conventions, draft conventions and rules, links to the international and national maritime organizations.

  • 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.

  • Constitution Finder
    The webpage contains link catalogue to constitutions of various sates of the world. Most of them are in English language.

  • Constitution-Making Web Links
    The US Institute of Piece provides links to resources on constitutions and constitution-making process.

  • Derechos Human Rights
    Guide to human rights resources. Includes topics such as death penalty, economic and social rights, corruption, freedom of speech, impunity etc. Provides links to documents, reports, information sources and articles as well as links to various non-governmental organizations related to human rights.

  • High Court of Australia
    Website of the High Court of Australia provides information on history and operation of the court, judges, database of case law.

  • Human and Constitutional Rights
    The site, maintained by Arthur W. Diamond Law Library at Columbia Law School, compiles international and regional documents in the area of constitution law and human rights, reports of international organizations, and links to national, regional and international resources.

  • Immigration Law - A Comparative Approach
    Guide to immigration law of Australia, Canada and the United States by Annmarie Zell.

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