Bhutan Top Sites for Law

    Australasian Legal Information Institute

    The Australasian Legal Information Institute provides free internet access to Australian legal materials. AustLII's broad public policy agenda is to improve access to justice through better access to information.

    International Court of Justice (ICJ)

    Seeks to resolve matters of international law disputed by state governments. General information, World Court decisions, and other resources.

    Ministry of Justice

    Provides the nation's constitution, a chronological list of laws since the start of the Interim Administration, information about ministry officials, and a matrix of draft laws. Additional content in the Dari language.

    American Bar Association

    National headquarters for national bar association for attorneys, offering publications, CLE, and information on a broad array of legal subjects.

    British Legal Centre

    Provides Legal English courses online, residential summer schools and webinars. Contains free tests and articles.


    Provided by the government to give all Australians access to government legal information and services available nationwide.


    Publisher of self-help legal books and software, offering free articles and a legal glossary. Operates a retail factory outlet bookstore at 950 Parker Street.

    Offering legal information, documents and opinions to residents of India.

    Free monthly webzine, since 1996, with law and technology related articles and resources written by and for lawyers, librarians, researchers, and IT/IS professionals.


    Guide to Indian laws and business policies. Offers a free trial and paid membership.

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    Business law news from international law firm Pinsent Masons

    Canadian legal information and resources.

    World Intellectual Property Organization

    WIPO is responsible for the promotion of the protection of intellectual property throughout the world through cooperation among States, and for the administration of various multilateral treaties dealing with the legal and administrative aspects of intell