• Algerian law guide
    Algerian law guide. Contains information on executive, legislature and judicial power as well as case law in Algeria. Also contains information on sources of law in Algeria. Includes collection of links to governmental organizations, courts and legal databases.

  • 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.

  • An Introduction to New Zealand Law & Sources of Legal Information
    Margaret Greville and Maria Connor provide a guide rich in content and links to her country's legal system, with topics including the government and legal system, primary legal information, case law, the legal profession, legal news sources and legal texts.

  • Assembly (Parliament) of the Republic of Portugal
    Information on the parliament of the Republic of Portugal - its committees, powers and duties, composition order, election results and information about deputies. Constitution of the Republic of Portugal and other constitutional documents, as well as electoral legal acts. Information on government program and latest events. Links to sites of other state institutions in the Portugal.

  • 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.

  • Chamber of Deputies of Italy
    Information on the Chamber of Deputies of the bicameral parliament of Italy - its composition, functions, participation in the legislative process, legal acts governing the Chamber, relations with international organizations and the European Union.

  • Chancery of the President of the Republic of Latvia
    Information on the President's duties and activities as well as the Chancery of the President.

  • Cornell Law Library
    Information on Cornell Law Library. Links to other sites about state system of the USA, its legislation on federal and state level, International Labour Organization, International Court of Justice and other sites. Date base contains papers, researches, conference materials and other documents published by several United States law schools.

  • Council of Ministers of the Republic of Bulgaria
    Information on the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Bulgaria. Information on latest events in the politics of Bulgaria and priorities of government. Information on the anti-corruption programme of Bulgaria, children protection, education and other spheres where Council of Ministers of the Republic of Bulgaria has developed specific programmes. Links to other sites on governmental bodies, agencies and regions.

  • Croatian Legal System
    Research guide by Dunja Kuecking and Milivoje žugiã provides detailed information on the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of the government as well as topical links on issues including human rights, legal education, and legal publishers.

  • Danish judicial system
    Page offers some information about Danish judicial system (also from historic point of view), court authorities, work of judges, as well as gives a short insight into civil and criminal procedure.

  • Description of the Structure of the Hellenic Republic, the Greek Legal System, and Legal Research
    Organization of the state, legislative branch, executive branch, judicial branch, history and sources of Greek law.

  • Doing Legal Research in Brazil
    Research guide by Edilenice Passos gives information on Brazilian state structure (devision of powers), legal system, judicial and legislative sources, primary legal resources, institutions dealing with judicial information, legal research, codes, topical areas of the law, bibliographic references.

  • Doing Legal Research in Canada
    Research guide by Ted Tjaden includes information on Canadian legal system, primary and secondary legal resources, legal organizations (law libraries, law schools), legal publishers and Canadian legal research links by topic.

  • Doing Legal Research in Romania
    Dana Neacsu and Anamaria Corbescu provide detailed information in six major areas: the Romanian legal system, primary legal resources, secondary legal resources, legal organizations, and specific topics in Romanian law (criminal, tax, family, commercial law etc.), International Law and EU Expansion.