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Did you know HeinOnline maintains a collection of constitutions from nations around the world?
Not only does the collection include constitutions from every nation around the world in it's original language, but it also has many English translations of national constitutions.
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Foreign Law Resources
Foreign Law is the law of a jurisdiction as it applies to those within that jurisdiction. It is enacted by that jurisdiction's legislative body. Below are links to online resources for the law of foreign jurisdictions.
Foreign Law Guide - University of California Berkley, Martinus Nijhoff
Maintained by the University of California-Berkley, the Foreign Law Guide is a resource for codes and basic
legislation from jurisdictions around the world.
GlobaLex is a free, electronic resource published by the Hauser Global Law School Program at NYU School of Law. The link leads to information available by jurisdiction, but comparative and international materials are also provided.
World Legal Information Institute
The World Legal Information Institute (WorldLII) is a free, independent and non-profit global legal research facility developed collaboratively by several Legal Information Institutes and other organisations. The website provides information and resources for foreign law worldwide.
Guide to Law Online: Nations
The Law Library of Congress' website dedicated to providing information about foreign law from around the world. Includes constitutions, legislative and judicial materials, and legal guides.
Free Legal Research Resources - Foreign & International Law - Harvard Law School
Split by geographic region. Links provide access to the law of foreign nations. Not all links lead to official sources.
Government Gazettes Online - University of Michigan
Guide to government gazettes worldwide. The guide provides background information about each country's gazette and a link to the gazette.