(EN) – Guide to Italian Legal Research and Resources on the Web | Elio Fameli and Fiorenza Socci


General Table of Contents

Introduction: Italian Legal System

  1. Printed Sources of Italian Law
  2. Online Italian Legal Information:  Portals, Search Engines, Guides, Sites of Legal Interest
  3. Italian Legislation, Jurisprudence and Legal Authority on the Net: Institutional Web Sites, Off-line Databases, Mailing Lists and Newsgroups
  4. Open Access Online Legal Information Sources
  5. Appendices
  1. Main Italian Legal Web Sites
  2. Glossary of the Most Frequently Used Italian Legal Terms
  3. Free of Charge Databases

 

Analytical Table of Contents

Introduction: Italian Legal System

A. Printed Sources of Italian Law

1.       Printed Sources of General Nature

1.1.        Legislation

1.2.        Jurisprudence

1.3.        Legal Authority

2.       Sources of Italian Public Law

2.1.        Public Law Legislation

2.1.1.         The Italian Constitution

2.1.2.        Constitutional Laws

2.1.3.        Acts of the Constituent Assembly

2.1.4.        Other Laws of Public Law Interest

2.2.       Public Law Jurisprudence

2.3.       Public Law Legal Authority

3.       Sources of Italian Civil Law

3.1.        Civil Law Legislation

3.1.1.         The Civil Code

3.1.2.        Other Laws of Civil Law Interest

3.1.3.        Private Collections of Thematic Legislation

3.2.       Civil Law Jurisprudence

3.3.       Civil Law Legal Authority

3.4.       Intellectual Property Law

4.       Sources of the Italian Civil Trial

4.1.        The Civil Procedure Code

4.2.       Further sources

4.3.       The Telematic Civil Trial

5.       Sources of Italian Criminal Law

5.1.        Criminal Law Legislation

5.1.1.         “Ordinary Criminal Law”: the Criminal Code and the Penitentiary     Legal System

5.1.2.        “Special (or Complementary) Criminal Law”

5.1.3.        Other Laws of Criminal Law Interest

5.2.       Criminal Law Jurisprudence and Legal Authority

6.       Sources of the Italian Criminal Trial

B. Online Italian Legal Information:  Portals, Search Engines, Guides, Sites of Legal Interest

1.       Portals

1.1.        Institutional Portals

1.2.        Private Portals

2.       Search Engines

3.       Guides

4.       Sites of legal interest

4.1.        Parliament, Government and Ministries

4.1.1.         “ Parlamento Italiano ” (Italian Parliament)

4.1.2.        “ Governo e Ministeri ” (Government and Ministries)

4.2.       Organs and Bodies of National Importance

4.3.       Local Public Bodies and Civic Networks

4.4.       Courts and Judicial Offices

4.5.       European Institutions

4.6.       Universities and Research Bodies

4.7.       Professional Orders, Associations and Trade Unions

4.8.       Private Initiative Sites

4.9.       Publishing Houses

4.10.          Online Law Journals

4.11.          Law Libraries

C. Italian Legislation, Jurisprudence and Legal Authority on the Net: Institutional Web Sites, Off-line Databases, Mailing Lists and Newsgroups

1.       The “Normattiva.it” (Italian Legislation on the Net) Project

2.       The “Suprema Corte di Cassazione” (Italian Supreme Court of Cassation) Databases

3.       The Italian Legal Authority Portal

4.       CD-ROMs

5.       Mailing Lists and Newsgroups

D. Open Access Online Legal Information Sources

1.       Legislation

1.1.        Case-law of Lower Courts

2.       Thematic Systems

2.1.        Criminal Law

2.2.       Labour Law

2.3.       Environmental Law

2.4.       Urban planning law

2.5.       Fiscal Law

E. Appendices

1.       Main Italian Legal Web Sites

1.1.        Italian Parliament, Government and Ministries

1.1.1.         Italian Parliament

1.1.2.         President of the Italian Republic

1.1.3.         Italian Government

1.1.3.1.          Ministries

1.1.3.2.         Ministers without portfolio

1.2.        Italian Public Bodies

1.2.1.         Regions

1.2.2.        Provinces

1.2.3.        Communes

1.3.        Judicial Bodies and Offices

1.4.        Associations and Labour Unions

1.5.        Traditional and Online Magazines

1.6.        Private Initiative Web Sites

1.7.        Law Libraries

1.8.        Research Institutions

1.9.        Italian Legal Documentation

1.9.1.         Legislation

1.9.2.        Jurisprudence

1.9.3.        Parliamentary Acts

1.9.4.        Legal Authority

1.10.          Web Guides to Italian Law

1.11.           Italian Legal Search Engines and Portals

1.12.          European Community, Foreign, and International Law

2.       Glossary of the Most Frequently Used Italian Legal Terms

3.       Free of Charge Databases

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