Avalon project. Documents in law, history and diplomacy
The Alavon project at Yale provides a collection of historically significant documents covering areas of law, politics and diplomacy. The collection includes materials from ancient times to the 21st century.
Aztec and Maya Law
The resource, provided by the University of Texas School of Law, contains detailed historical information on Aztec and Maya law.
Botswana's Legal System and Legal Research
Research guide by Charles Manga Fombad. Information on legal system and legal history, primary and secondary sources of law, legal research.
Harvard University Legal Research Guides
Research assistance, subject guides, and useful resources compiled by Harvard Law School Library's research experts. Research guides focus on US legal system and legal theory, as well as internationl law.
JURIST. Legal news and research
JURIST's legal news and research service is based in University of Pittsburg School of Law and staffed by legally trained law professors and students reporting and researching law in real time. Page offers legal information, latest news and materials around the world, separating information about USA and specific states. Access to Gazette - JURIST's web log of documents: major judicial opinions, bills, reports, testimony and other official and/or primary source materials making legal news. Browser of documents and video materials from major legal events of the world are available.
Law. Journal of the University of Latvia
Home page provides access to full texts of the journal ‘Law’, which is published by the University of Latvia.
Legal Research Guide to Armenia
A guide to the resources of Armenian judicial system and legislation. Authors- Sergey Arakelyan, Anna Margaryan.
Maastricht European Private Law Institue (M-EPLI) Working Papers
The working papers series comprises publications of the institute’s research fellows on European private law, legal theory, and legal history.
Scottish Legal History – A Research Guide
The guide highlights the pre-eminent print and electronic resources which are useful for researching Scottish legal history. Author - Yasmin Morais.
Trans-Lex.Transnational commercial law
Trans-Lex is an international research and codification platform, maintained by the University of Cologne, Germany, which aims to provide free and easy access to materials of transnational commercial law. The portal offers codified principles of transnational commercial law, prepared by Professor Klaus Peter Berger from the University of Cologne; the portal also provides a collection of national and international sources of commercial law, research papers, and historical materials on the topic.