Arab Laws

This is our first guide to help you find laws in Arab countries. The National Library intends to develop a comprehensive authoritative collection of historical and contemporary law that will allow for historical research, contemporary scholarship, comparative analysis and the effective development of law.

Select a continent that includes your desired country. 
Middle East (Asia)
Africa

Other useful links:

Arabic Legal Encyclopedia / UNDP (Arabic)
GLIN (Global Legal Information Network) (English)
GlobaLex (English)
Gulf-Law.com (English)
Law Library of Congress (English)
Legal Information Network - The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) (Arabic)
Mohamoon-ju.com (Arabic)
PARLINE database on national parliaments (English, French)
Research Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics (Arabic, English, French)
The World Law Guide (English)
WorldLII (World Legal Information Institute) (English)
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