Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Updated Research Guides From GlobaLex

GlobaLex, the electronic collection created by the Hauser Global Law School Program at the New York University School of Law, recently updated some of its research guides.

These include:
  • Finding the Law of the Micro-States and Small Jurisdictions of Europe: "This article aims to provide an introduction to finding the sources of primary and secondary law for the "small jurisdictions" of Europe: the distinct European political entities having a population under one million persons. This update contains what materials and links have been accessible in English or the vernacular language from special areas and European enclaves and exclaves that have legal rights: either some degree of home rule or special residency and tax provisions. Suggested readings have been added to the listings for each jurisdiction based on their value to research in comparative law, and many citations and links to cited cases and works have been added. More than the original article it replaces, this version concentrates on the law and practice in those sectors that distinguish micro-states as legal and economic entities: bank secrecy, flexibility in trust management, tax sparing, asset protection, shipping, and political and juridical stability."
  • Researching Canadian Law (update by University of Victoria's Kim Nayyer)

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