There are not that many comprehensive online sources on comparative law. Below is a list of internet resources that may be useful for further comparative law research.
Please let me know if you find or have another site that might be worth adding.
- Comparative Law Prof Blog – a blog publishing comparative legal research topics and events
- Juris Diversitas – an interdisciplinary community for the study of legal and normative mixtures
- Opinio Juris – a blog and forum about international law and relations
- Völkerrechtsblog – an interdisciplinary think tank covering a wide array of topics in the areas of international relations, law, and political science
- Worlds of Law – the website and blog of Mark S. Weiner who writes about legal issues around the world
- JuriGlobe – a website with information on the legal systems of the world
- The Common Core of European Private Law – a project looking for the common core of European private law
- The Study Group on a European Civil Code – an academic endeavor to facilitate drafting of a European Civil Code
- The World Law Guide – has links to legal sites in over 180 countries
- World Legal Information Institute – provides access to worldwide law