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There are numerous free websites that can assist in researching the area of comparative constitutional law. Listed at right and below are sites with links to blogs, news developments, and other materials of interest.
Institutes & Centers for Comparative Constitutional Law
Along with the centers and programs listed below, many law schools have separate institutes for international and comparative law that include constitutional law in their scopes.
According to the site description, this source offers "comparative constitutional analysis of the system[s] of constitutional review in more than 150 countries." Administered by Dr. Arne Mavčič, (Slovenia), the site also includes helpful visual tools.
This site, hosted on the Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes platform, provides access to current and historical constitutions in the Spanish-speaking world.
This is an online repository of constitutions in English and English-language translation. Developed by the Comparative Constitutions Project at the University of Texas at Austin, the site allows for comparison of passages across multiple documents.
This website, hosted and published by NYU's Hauser Global Law School Program, provides articles on researching law in a multitude of jurisdictions. Some articles focus on locating English-language translations and/or commercial law. Always check for the most recent versions of the articles, which tend to be updated periodically.
World Legal Information Institute (WorldLII): Constitutional Law
Several non-profit regional legal information initiatives created and now maintain World LII. The site offers legal subject-based links for individual countries and topics.
The Venice Commission
The Council of Europe's European Commission for Democracy through Law, also known as the Venice Commission, is an advisory committee in the area of constitutional law. The Venice Commission's website is well populated with information and links, including relevant publications and studies.