Pericles LL.M. graduate, Sergey Budylin's Russian legal news blog.
Information for foreign law schools graduates.
http://www.llm-guide.com/index.html Guide to LL.M. programs worldwide.
For the geographically challenged, some brilliant person created a map showing the locations of all ABA accredited law schools in the United States: Click here for the link
University of Chicago Law School Chief Librarian, Louis-Jacques Lyonette,
prepared a lecture for a legal scholarship conference, and kindly posted
the links and information to her home page. This is a great place
to go when you done't know how to start. She has also prepared
one web site for international law alone. If you are interested
in this site then follow this link:
This calls itself "The Home Page for Lawyers." It is really pretty
good, and includes sources to search for laws, as well as form contracts,
links to legal magazines, etc.
The Washburn University Foreign and International Law Source web site
contains sources of law and legal information from different countries,
and also information onstudy programs in thos countries. Click
on the initial of the country you are searching for at the bottom of
University of Australia database of laws from around the world (not
just the Asia Pacific region).
US source of information form students (free) and professionals (some
materials are charged). Their specific contract info is at http://www.findlaw.com/index. You will also find a contracts message
board where you can post questions.
Cornell University Legal Information Institute World Law Source List,
contains basic info on laws from most countries. It tends to concentrate
on constitutional laws though. Also a lot of the material is in
University of Pittsburgh legal magazine and site for searching legal
information. Note that the "World Law" sectionis only as good as
the personwho happens to be reporting from that section of the world,
but that quite often these people are scholars who leave their email
addresses and are willing to answer questions They also have an
online law dictionary.
This is a really weird little site, that nonetheless sometimes has useful
This metasite is a useful starting-point for any search for online legal
information, pulling together a wide array of international, federal,
state, and organizational resources. Links are organized in numerous
sections, including Caselaw, specific Legal Topics (Cyberlaw, Intellectual
Property, Family Law, etc.), Reference Aids, Trial Advocacy, and Federal
Rules, among others. Legal Engine also features link collections aimed
at professors, students, and lawyers, as well as numerous other related
search and legal sites. Please note that most linked pages are displayed
within a frame at the Legal Engine site.
News and information from Russian lawyers working in Western law firms
in Russia. In Russian and English.