Afghanistan Law Bibliography

Afghan Law Bibliography posted on the Afghan Analyst Web Site.

Afghanistan Law Bibliography

January 2011

Tim Mathews (University of Maine Law School)

http://afghanistan-analyst.org/Documents/AfghanistanLegalBibliography.pdf

“This bibliography is divided into eight sections.

1.References. Guides other than academic or research articles that provide broad background information

2.Afghan Law, In General. Broad topics related to Afghan legal systems and legal history

3.Customary Law. Afghan customary law and history

4.Islamic Law, In General. Articles focusing upon Sunni jurisprudence in both international and domestic areas of law

5.Islamic Law in Afghanistan. Articles focusing on Islamic law as applied in Afghanistan, to include functioning of courts of Sharia

6.State Codes and State Legal System. Functioning of state courts, administrative processes, and discussion of state codes

7.Constitution: Drafting and Law. Articles discussing Afghan constitutional law, constitutional drafting, and related issues

8.Rule of Law and Policy Issues. Post-conflict reconstruction, transitional justice, human rights, and security issues relevant to the legal system.”

 

Bibliography on British and Irish Legal History

Bibliography on British and Irish Legal History

complied by Jacqueline Woolham

40 Cambrian Law Review 107 (2009)

“This bibliography is confined to items of more than a few pages in length relating to British and Irish legal history which hav ebeen published in the last few years.”

Library of Congress Developing Convenient State Resource Guides

The Library of Congress has been developing convenient State Resource Guides.

So far, Arizona, the District of Columbia, Florida, Illinois, and West Virginia have been posted.

Although not strictly legal resources, the material is clear, useful, nicely organized — including selected bibliographies — and free.