New online resource: Global-Regulation

Global-Regulation

“Search 1,530,460 laws from 78 countries, in English. Find, compare and analyse more than 750,000 translated foreign laws.”

The Library is now subscribed to: Global-Regulation. This e-resource contains English translations of laws from many jurisdictions, and especially Canada, Australia, and European countries. You can do one Global Law Search or search individual country’s laws via the Global-Regulation Law Database Coverage Details page. The page also lists the total number of laws for each country or jurisdiction (including the European Union) and has a scope of coverage map.

Note that Global-Regulation translations are not “human-vetted,” so use with care:

“Our service is entirely run by computer algorithms…There may be inaccuracies in information due to our algorithmic extraction of information. Always consult the official source when making use of legal information.”

Global-Regulation, Inc. is partnered with Amazon, Microsoft, and Google. The vision of the Canada-based corporation with Global-Regulation is: “To make all of the world’s laws accessible to users in a way that’s as easy as a Google search.”

Check it out!

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