The Law Library of Congress in Washington offers a Global Legal Information Catalog
, which is described as a tool that "includes information about publications which reprint the laws and regulations of multiple jurisdictions on a particular legal topic (...) The database works as an interface with the Library of Congress’s online catalog and is searchable by jurisdiction, title, subject and keyword.
The database returns result on alphabetical order. I would prefer reverse chronological order but I'm not complaining.
Labels: catalogues, comparative and foreign law, databases, legal research and writing