Case-law of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CURIA)
The case-law database of the Court of Justice. The database includes full text of judgments, Opinions and orders of the Court, the General Court and the Civil Service Tribunal, delivered since 17 June 1997, as well as full text of certain unpublished decisions. The database also includes "summary" documents, "information" documents and "OJ" documents.
Centre for Social and Economic Research (CASE)
CASE is an independent, non-profit institute dealing with problems of post-communist transition, European integration and the world economy. The homepage provides information on CASE's activities, annual reports and research programmes. Access to CASE's publications - working papers, studies and analyses, reports; links to social and economic research centres in Kyrgyzstan, Georgia and Ukraine.
Chair of the European Union Law of Moscow State Academy of Law
Page of the Chair of the European Union Law of Moscow State Academy of Law is dedicated to European Union's up-to-date information. It contains not only full texts of several publications on European Union law, but also bibliographical information, book reviews, latest news of European Union, full texts of European Union documents both in English and Russian.
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.
EU law analysis
The blog, which is dedicated to European Union law, brings together more than 50 authors, of which many are globally renowned experts on European Union law. Articles published in the blog analyze recent judgments of the Court of Justice of the European Union and topical issues in European Union law.
EurActiv.com. Database of the EU events
News, analysis, interviews. EU Policy Dossiers (Future EU, Governance, Environment, Food & Consumers, Media/eCommerce, Taxation, Competition), information about the Member States. Debates on the future of the EU and its institutions.
EUR-Lex. European Union Law
Full text of the Official Journal of the European Union, texts of the treaties of EU, accession treaties, founding treaties. Consolidated legislation, application of Community law in the Member States. Legislation in preparation (Commission proposals, activities of the European Parliament, Council documents). EU policies, summaries and legislative follow-up. Case-law database (Court of Justice, decisions of the Competition Directorate-General of the European Commission). Links to the Court of the European Free Trade Association, European Court of Human Rights decisions). Parliamentary questions and other documents of public interest (Green papers, White papers, reports, European Commission working papers).
Europa. Gateway to European Union
Information on the European Union (EU) and its institutions (European Parliament, the Ombudsman, European Council, Court of Justice, European Investment Bank, European Central Bank, European Commission). Information on activities in all EU fields of competence (agriculture, consumers, competition, justice and home affairs, enlargement, social affairs and employment, foreign and security policy, economic and monetary affairs, etc.), including the description of the field and relevant legislation (directives, regulations, recommendations). Glossary of EU terminology. Information on the history of the European Union and rights of EU citizens. Database of official documents of the European Union (EUR-Lex). Access to the monthly bulletin and General report of activities (annual).
Information on the activities of the European Commission and administrative reforms. Information on European Union policies, legislation and international treaties. List of Directorates-General and services. Information on the representations in the Member States and European Commission's international relations. Information about the enlargement, Treaty of Nice and Charter of Fundamental Rights. Database of official documents of the European Union and Member State rules on access. Catalogue of the European Commission library and links to other libraries on the Internet. Information on EU Citizenship.
European Commission Representation in Latvia
Information on the European Union, the representation of the European Commission in Latvia and the EU programmes. Publications, a calendar of activities, news, project contests.
European Parliament Legislative Observatory
Legislative Observatory offers refine information about current and events in European Parliament including information about sessions, voting, proposals, amendments, decision-making procedure, drafting of jdocuments and other matters of legislation in European Parliament.
European Research Papers Archive (ERPA)
The European Research Papers Archive (ERPA) provides a common point of access to full text of a large number of online working papers in the field of European integration which have been published by several leading research institutions - the European University Institute on European research, Harvard Law School, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, European Integration online Papers (EIoP), Constitutionalism Web-Papers and others. A wide range of topics within the field of European political, social and economic integration are covered. These include topics relating to the development of European Union institutions, European Monetary System (EMU) and the Single European Currency.
European Union Law. An Integrated Guide to Electronic and Print Research
Marylin J. Raisch's extensive guide includes: treaties establishing the European Union, legislation, case law, periodical literature and other sources, implementing legislation at the national level, the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, citation issues, and "a guide to the guides."
Guide to Researching the Albanian Legal System
Guide by Mbaresa Veleshnja Gentry to Albanian legal system, short country history, legislation, executive power.
HELP - Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals.
The European Programme for Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals (HELP) supports the Council of Europe member states in implementing the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) at the national level, in accordance with the Committee of Ministers Recommendation (2004), the 2010 Interlaken Declaration, the 2012 Brighton Declaration and the 2014 Brussels declaration.
This is done by enhancing the capacity of judges, lawyers and prosecutors in all 47 member states to apply the ECHR in their daily work. Indeed, legal professionals, who are at the forefront of the protection of human rights, including those of victims, must benefit from high-quality training. This is to ensure that they are kept up-to-date with the ever-evolving standards and case law of the European Court of Human Rights. HELP precisely aims at providing high-quality and tailor-made training tools to all European legal professionals.
The European Union (EU) countries benefit from the HELP in the 28 Programme, funded by the EU.
the only pan-European Network of national training institutions for judges, prosecutors and lawyers in the 47 Member States;
an e-learning platform on human rights;
a human rights training methodology for legal professionals.