Global Legal Information Network Now Searchable Via World Legal Information Institute

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on April 19, 2007

“The Global Legal Information Network (GLIN) of the United States Law Library of Congress is now searchable via WorldLII, the World Legal Information Institute. GLIN Abstracts provides databases from 40 countries: Angola – Argentina – Belize – Bolivia – Brazil – Canada – Cape Verde – Chile – Colombia – Congo – Costa Rica – Cuba – Dominican Republic – Ecuador – El Salvador – Guatemala – Haiti – Honduras – Kuwait – Mali – Mauritania – Mexico -Mozambique – Nicaragua – Pakistan – Panama – Paraguay – Peru -Philippines – Portugal – Romania – Russia – Saudi Arabia – South Korea – Spain – Taiwan – Tunisia – United States – Uruguay – Venezuela. Approximately half of the the 139,622 abstracts in GLIN provide links to the full texts of the legislation, court decisions and other documents that are abstracted.” [Graham Greenleaf, Professor of Law Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales]

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