Free legal information

Examples of multi-sourced free access government-provided national legal information systems include, in Europe, Legifrance (France), FINLEX (Finland), Jersey Legal Information Board (Jersey), InfoLeg (Argentina), Albanian Official Publications Centre (Albania) and BelgiumLex (Belgian government portal). Perhaps the most outstanding example, EUR-Lex, comes from a regional organization, the European Union.

The few examples in Asia include LawNet Sri Lanka and Mongolia’s Legal Unified Information System (legislation) and Judicial Information Centre (cases), both run by the government’s National Legal Centre.

Other sources,for example, are Juridicas (UNAM, Autonomous University of Mexico) or AltLaw (Columbia and U. Colorado Law Schools; now discontinued)), from some repositories of legal scholarship (for example, bePress Legal Repository).




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