Intute: Law is a gateway site which provides links to legal information from around the world.
is a directory of legal and law-related websites. Subject specialists
select useful sites and classify and list these by topic. Intute: Law
therefore provides a control on the quality of linked sites and makes it easier to find more relevant information than a general search engine. Each site listing contains a short description and a link to the site. The linked sites include several more specialised gateways.
Searching and browsing
Sites listed are arranged by jurisdiction and topic and can be filtered by type of information. In this way, Intute: Law can be browsed but the site also offers a search option to help locate relevant sites.
Intute: Law is a useful tool for finding open-access sources of legal information. In particular, it can be used to find sources of law from non-UK jurisdictions as well as the sites of ‘think-tanks’, pressure groups, and other organisations whose publications are not widely available on subscription databases.
Intute: Social Sciences
forms part of the broader Intute: Social Sciences
site, which provides directories of other law-related subjects including: Government Policy, Politics, and Social Welfare. Intute: Social Sciences
aims to provide ‘the very best Web resources for education and research for the social sciences’.
Further information about Intute: Law can be found by following the ‘About us’ link.
Filed under: Foreign Law, International Law, Open Access Services