This database allows searching of more than 200 databases containing legislation, case-law, law reform reports and legal journals from 28 countries including the Philippines, Indonesia, Japan, Pakistan, Mongolia and East Timor.
The Institute provides free access to primary (legislation, treaties and decisions of courts and tribunals); and secondary (e.g. law reform and royal commission reports) Australasian legal materials.
The Institute provides access to the most comprehensive set of British and Irish primary legal materials that are available for free and in one place on the Internet.
The Canadian Legal Information Institute provides free access to a comprehensive collection of Canadian legal information.
New Zealand and Australian primary and secondary sources on tax, employment, company, and health and safety law.
The Commonwealth Legal Information Institute provides free access to legal information from 59 Commonwealth and common law countries and territories.
Judgements dating from 1999 are available.
Search, find and compare laws from 79 countries, using a user-friendly search engine that is aimed at legal information professionals.
Hansard NZ debates from Hathi trust. 1854-1985 contain debates of the Legislative Council and the House of Representatives; 1951 etc., the debates of the House of Representatives (Legislative Council abolished Jan. 1951). Vol. numbering begins with 4th Parliament, 2nd session (1867) Vols. for 1st-4th Parliament, 1st session (1854/55-1864/66).
Hansard is the official report of debate in the House of Representatives. It’s produced by editors, who go into the debating chamber and report what members of Parliament (MPs) say. The report is then published online and in print. Commonly known as Hansard, its actual name is Parliamentary Debates (Hansard).
HeinOnline provides access to around 1200 classic legal texts, law journals, US statutory and legal resources, the European Centre for minority issues and the full reprint of the English reports (1220-1867).
The Hong Kong Legal Information Institute provides free access to primary legal information (and some publicly available secondary materials) relating to Hong Kong.
ICLR (The Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for England and Wales) publishes case law from the Superior and Appellate Courts in England and Wales. ICLR Online is the hub of legal authorities dating back to 1865. A dedicated case law platform presenting the cases that matter in a comprehensive and readable format. Dynamic links aid navigation through documents in HTML and PDF formats.
This database combines content from the former Lexis Nexis NZ and Lexis International platforms. It contains New Zealand and international legislation, case law and secondary material. Use the Lexis.com link on the Lexis Advance home screen to locate material not available on the New Zealand platform.
LII is provided by the Cornell Law School and offers access to selected United States primary and secondary sources. These include Court opinions, Constitutional Law resources, subject guides, directories and special reference libraries.
Oxford Reports on International Criminal Law (ICL) focuses on decisions from a range of international criminal courts and tribunals, and covers decisions from the four main international criminal tribunals: International Criminal Court; International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda; International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia; and, Special Court for Sierra Leone. ICL also includes decisions from post-WWII military tribunals such as the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg and the follow-up trials held under Control Council Law No 10.
Oxford Reports on International Law in Domestic Courts (ILDC) covers international law as applied in the domestic courts of around 70 jurisdictions. The geographical scope is intended to be as broad as possible; ILDC currently reports on countries from every continent in the world and continues to add new reporters and new jurisdictions. ILDC policy is to cover case law not only from states but also from certain territorial entities that are not generally classified as states.
The Pacific Islands Legal Information Institute (PacLII) provides free access to legal information gathered from countries in the South Pacific.
The Southern African Legal Information Institute provides free access to Southern and Eastern African legal information.
The Treaty of Waitangi Collection is primarily designed to provide a new and authoritative home for Treaty scholarship online, with more books to be added over time. The collection was built with support from the BWB Publishing Trust and the New Zealand Law Foundation.
Comprehensive database of primary and secondary legal research materials, including cases, statutes, and journal articles from a number of jurisdictions. Extensiveness of coverage differs between jurisdictions. Thomson Reuters Westlaw is powered by WestSearch™, which searches across multiple content sets by jurisdiction providing more comprehensive and more relevant search results.
Contains treaties and international agreements registered or filed with the Secretariat of the U.N. since 1946. Texts are in their authentic language(s), along with translations into English and French, as appropriate.
The University of Chicago Press publishes scholarly journals, many on behalf of some of the world's most prestigious societies, and several that were the first scholarly publications in their respective fields. The journals present original research in the social sciences, humanities, education, law and politics, medieval and Renaissance studies, and biological and physical sciences.
New Zealand legal sources including New Zealand Statutes, case law and journals, legislation and commentary to precedents and news, as well as tax information.If the One Pass box appears while you are signing in, please click on the link "IP users click here to log in".
World Legal Information Institute provides free access to worldwide law. Users can simultaneously search WORLDLII, other participating LIIs and the Internet.