Online Encyclopaedia of Laws

The Brooklyn Law School Library has in its collection 20 separate parts of Kluwer Law International’s International Encyclopaedia of Laws. The IEL series provides detailed coverage of major areas of foreign law. Each part has expert commentary on a particular country’s law relating to that subject. Continually updated, each IEL set includes different countries. The list of “Published Monographs” indicates which countries are in each IEL set. The International Encyclopaedia of Laws is a great starting point for comparative law research. The Law Library collection of the series is in electronic format (accessible to the current BLS community either on campus or via remote access restricted with use of proxy instructions) for these titles:

A detailed description of the print version for these products is on the publisher’s website along with a more fully descriptive 53 page PDF brochure from the publisher which shows the depth of covergage of IEL and the countries covered for each topic.