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  • Aboriginal Law and Legislation
    Resources on the Aboriginal Law in Canada, USA, New Zealand and Australia. Relevant International Law and National Law legislation, and court decisions. Links to Aboriginal Resources on the Internet.

  • African Commission on Human and Peoples Rights
    Information on the Commission, its members, sessions, status, events. Provides reports, basic legislation on human rights, publications, and links to other resources on human rights.

  • A Guide to Uruguay’s Legal System and Research
    Guide to researching Urugay's law by Pablo Sandonato de Leon. Information about legal system, legal disciplines, printed and electronic sources for researching Urugay's legal system.

  • American Bar Association Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative (CEELI)
    A project of the American Bar Association that advances the rule of law in the world by supporting the legal reform process in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia. The page offers latest regional news in the legal field, descriptions of current and past programs as well as publications related to legal systems of these states and their development.

  • American Law Sources On-line (ALSO!)
    Provides a comprehensive and unified compilation of links to freely accessible sources of law of the United States, Canada and Mexico and introductions to their legal systems. This site contains additional links to sources with commentaries and practical advises as well as information on law schools, lawyers profession and law reviews.

  • Amnesty International
    Information on international organization Amnesty International that aims to protect human rights. Information on the projects of Amnesty International, human right situation and breaches in different countries of the world. Links to other sites on projects related to Amnesty International and other human rights resources.

  • Asian Legal Information Institute (AsianLII)
    Information about Asian countries' sources of law and Asian regional organizations. Links to online resouces about Asian countries' legislative, executive and judicial power, case law, legal education, legal publishers and legal magazines, legal doctrine.

  • ASIL Electronic Resource Guide
    ASIL Catalogue of International Law Internet resources. Consists of brief descriptions of fields of international law and their history; lists the most important international organizations in each field. Provides links to texts of conventions, law journals, other related sites.

  • 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.

  • Auswahl RIS. Law of Austria
    Database covers Austrian federal law and state law, municipal law, case law, instruction edicts, draft bills of Austrian ministries and government bills, issues published in 'The Federal Law Gazette'.

  • 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.

  • Baltic Journal of Law & Politics
    Home page of the scholarly journal ‘Baltic Journal of Law & Politics’, published by the Vytautas Magnus University (Lithuania), provides access to full-text articles discussing legal and political topics.

  • Before Roe v. Wade
    Resource of the Yale Law School, dedicated to the significant U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion. The homepage offers free access to the book 'Roe v. Wade', which collects historical materials on cultural, political and legal factors that influenced the development of the abortion discussion in the U.S. and helped to shape the Court's decision.

  • Bepress Legal Repository
    Bepress legal repository is a network of legal materials where law schools, research units and other institutions make law-related publications available free of charge.

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