Legal information website provided by the Russian government. The portal provides browseable and searchable official versions of Russian legislation, resolutions, orders and treaties, and decisions of the Russian Constitutional Court, under ‘Официальное опубликование’ (‘Oficialʹnoe opublikovanie’ / ‘Official publication’, the tab next to the ‘Home’ button).
Sunulex is a subscription-based database of legislation, cases and commentary from French-speaking Africa.
The International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (IRMCT) is the UN institution responsible for dealing with matters that were formerly the responsibility of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) and the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), both of which have been wound up. The work of the Mechanism includes hearing appeals, enforcing sentences and keeping records. Its website has details of ongoing cases, and a case database with&nb
The Ghana Legal Information Institute (GhaLII) provides access to the Ghana Gazette and to Ghanaian court decisions. It also has a Legislation section that will contain acts, laws and subsidiary legislation, but this has no content at the time of writing (May 2021). The site is intended for use by the general public to deepen research in Ghanaian and African law.
The website of Epravo, a Czech legal publisher, provides a wide range of Czech legal material, including news, legislation, cases, and articles on various areas of law. The site is available in Czech only.
Website collecting previously-hidden case law of the British empire's colonial and consular courts. Compiled by Bruce Kercher of Macquarie University in Australia, the site has background and historical information about the case law of colonial courts and the sources used to identify cases. It makes available colonial cases from almost 100 different jurisdictions around the world, including less well-known colonial courts in places such as East and South-East Asia.
New Zealand's Lost Cases is a project located at the Victoria University of Wellington, which involves the identification and collation of early New Zealand cases from newspapers, manuscript collections, archives and judges notebooks. The site currently holds details of all Supreme Court and Court of Appeal cases for the period 1842-1869, along with information on the sources used. The Cases database can be searched by keyword or using an advanced search option; most entries include transcripts of the original source.
The website of the Supreme Court of Finland provides cases, including a small collection of case summaries in English, procedural guidance, annual reports, statistics and other information. The site is mainly in Finnish or Swedish, but also offers content in Sami, English, French, Russian, German and Estonian.
The official website of the Belize judiciary. The website provides judgments from the Court of Appeal (1977 – present) and Supreme Court (1972 – present). Other court information is made available, including court forms, dates of court sittings and rules of court. The site also has links to the Constitution and to ‘Laws of Belize’ (revised statutes, 2000 ed.). The website is available in English, French, German, amongst other languages.
An AustLII database containing decisions from the Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission from 1991 to 2016. Decisions are in full-text HTML format and can be searched or browsed by case name or date. Decisions from 2017 onwards are provided on the Western Industrial Relations Commission page on AustLII. AustLII, the Australasian Legal Information Institute is a collaborative public service developed by the University of Technology Sydney and the University of New South Wales to provide free internet access to legislation and cases for Australia.