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GENERAL TOPICSAUSTRALIAN LAWProperty Law 0% developed  as of August 1, 2005CANADIAN LAWEvidence 50% developed  as of Dec 18, 2005Constitutional law 25% developed  as of Dec 18, 2005Copyright law 25% developed  as of Dec 18, 2005Criminal Law 75% developed  as of Apr 22, 2017Trade-mark law 25% developed  as of Dec 18, 2005ENGLISH LAWCriminal Law 25% developed  as of Apr 21, 2017Contract Law 25% developed  as of Apr 21, 2017Equity and Trusts 0% developed  as of April 18, 2017Property Law 0% developed  as of April 18, 2017Tort Law 0% developed  as of April 18, 2017JAPANESE LAWLaw and Government 25% developed  as of July 21, 2006UK LAWCompany Law 0% developed  as of Apr 21, 2017Database Law 75% developed  as of Apr 21, 2017Taxation 75% developed  as of Apr 21, 2017US LAWCivil Procedure 25% developed  as of April 22, 2006Criminal Law 25% developed  as of April 22, 2006Copyright Law 100% developed  as of Dec 16, 2005Corporate Law 25% developed  as of Dec 12, 2005Income Tax 50% developed  as of Dec 17, 2005Patent Law 100% developed  as of Dec 16, 2005Torts Casebook25% developed  as of May 8, 2006Trademark Law 100% developed  as of Dec 16, 2005EUROPEAN LAWEuropean Union Law 0% developed  as of April 21, 2017INTERNATIONAL LAWInternational Law in the United States 25% developed  as of Apr 22, 2017Internet Governance 100% developed  as of Apr 22, 2017Private International Law 25% developed  as of Apr 22, 2017

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General topics

Australian law

Canadian law

This is a collection of texts on core topics in Canadian law. They are most useful as companions in the study of law, and as such are organized based on a typical curriculum at a law school in Canada.

Basics

Core areas of law

Procedural law

Business and Finances

Intellectual Property

Annotated Laws

European Law

German Law

United Kingdom Law

English Law

Japanese Law

US Law

Comprehensive texts

Developing texts

International law