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  • Foreign Law: Legal Research Resources in the Internet
    Links to homepages with information on the legal systems of the world and legal resources databases. Information on war tribunals, human rights in Balkans and East Timor.

  • Foreign Law Research Guide
    Research guide by Stephanie Davidson and Zhang Yue. Links to online legal research guides about world countries.

  • Georgetown University Legal Research Guides
    Legal research guides prepared by the Georgetown Law Library. Research guides contain information on different field of law mostly from the perspective of US law. Guides also contain information on foreign and international legal research.

  • German Law Archive
    The German Law Archive publishes judgments and other decisions by German courts, statutes, Acts of Parliament and statutory instruments, articles and bibliographies on German law in English language. Web site is developed and maintained by the University of Oxford.

  • Global Legal Information Network
    The Global Legal Information Network (GLIN) is a public database of official texts of laws, regulations, judicial decisions, and other complementary legal sources contributed by governmental agencies and international organizations. These GLIN members contribute the full texts of their published documents to the database in their original languages. Each document is accompanied by a summary in English and, in many cases in additional languages, plus subject terms selected from the multilingual index to GLIN. All summaries are available to the public, and public access to full texts is also available for most jurisdictions.

  • Guide to Latvian Law and Legal Resources
    Guide to the Latvian legal system and legal sources. Authors - Ilona Ceica, Baiba Bebre, Ligita Gjortlere.

  • Guide to Law Online
    The Guide to Law Online, prepared by the Law Library of Congress, is an annotated guide to sources of information on government and law available online. It includes selected links to useful and reliable sites for legal information.

  • Guide to law online. Austria
    Legal research resource containing links to official websites of parliament, government, president, constitutional court, ministry of justice, and other legal resources, as well as links to general information on Austria.

  • Guide to Legal Research in the Federal Republic of Serbia and Montenegro
    Jelena Glisic guide to legal system of the Federal Republic of Serbia and Montenegro, details the government and legislative structures, court system, services and authority, law faculties and libraries, legal texts and periodicals, online resources, publishers.

  • Guide to Researching the Council of Europe
    Anne Burnett's guide offers information on resources of major institutions of the Council of Europe and their maindocuments, selected Council of Europe entities, Conventions and web sites by major subject categories: animals, bioethics, cultural affairs, economic affairs and development, environment, human rights, social and public health.

  • Guide to the Argentine Executive, Legislative and Judicial System
    Guide to Argentina's legal system, executive and legislative sources. Authors - Dr. Ernesto Nicolás Kozameh, Prof. Eng. Julio O. Trajtenberg, C.P. Nicolás Kozameh Jr., Ezequiel Trajtenberg.

  • Guide to the Republic of Azerbaijan Law Research
    Information on web resources on Azerbaijan legal system, sources of law, legislation, specific areas of law. Author - Fakhri Akperov Gudrat.

  • 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.

  • HELP
    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. HELP is: 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.

  • Hong Kong Legal Information Institute (HKLII)
    Full text, searchable legal information system containing decisions from major Hong Kong courts and tribunals as well as practice directions, ordinances, regulations, historical laws, law reform publications and treaties.

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