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Law: Online Sources

This guide references Internet sources of information. A few subscription databases are included but most are freely accessible on the Internet.

Foreign/International Law

Constitution Finder

From the T.C. Williams School of Law, University of Richmond.

International Resources

From the Washburn University School of Law Library.

Guide to Foreign and International Legal Databases

Annotated collection from the New York University School of Law Library.

International Constitutional Law

From Wurzburg, Germany.

University of Minnesota Human Rights Library

Provides links to more than 14,000 human rights documents

Women Human Rights Resources

International in scope, provided by the University of Toronto

Nations of the World

Maintained by the Law Library of Congress, provides a compilation of links to sources of legal information for countries. Arrangement is alphabetical by name of country.