GlobaLex is an electronic legal publication dedicated to international and foreign law research, published by the Hauser Global Law School Program at NYU School of Law. It is committed to the dissemination of high-level international, foreign, and comparative law research tools in order to accommodate the needs of an increasingly global educational and practicing legal world.
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A report published by Hauser Global Law School Program, it contains a broad array of resources on legal research in Honduras, including historical background, structure of government, sources of law, and resource tools.
IIPA has compiled a list of countries in which they have contributed public comments to various U.S. agencies. This list includes IIPA country submissions filed between 2001-2013 in the annual Special 301 exercise led by the U.S. Trade Representative. Other IIPA documents are identified specifically as to their source.
While each judicial or quasi-judicial body generally makes its decisions available on its own website, such databases are often difficult to effectively search and their content is limited. However, other online databases allow users to search the case law of multiple bodies simultaneously. This page provides links to the best available search facilities, arranged by scope. In addition to case-specific decisions, researchers should not overlook general treaty interpretation (such as the UN treaty bodies’ General Comments and UN special rapporteurs’ reports) or human rights monitoring bodies’ reports on States’ compliance with their treaty obligations. Further, domestic courts’ decisions are an important and often rich source of international law interpretation and application.
NATLEX is a database of national labour, social security and related human rights legislation containing over 88,000 records covering 196 countries and over 160 territories and subdivisions. These records provide full texts or abstracts of legislation along with citation information.