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Law and Legal Studies electronic resources 10: Religious Legal Systems

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Arts & Humanities Databases Menus and links from the British Library covering online subscription databases and CD ROMs available in the reading rooms. Resources for religious legal studies can be found under headings including Religious Studies, Islamic Studies, Jewish Studies, Church history etc.
This site is freely available on the Internet
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British Library Manuscripts and Archives Guides to collections and catalogues for the manuscripts and archives held at the British Library.
This site is freely available on the Internet
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Canon Law Society of Great Britain & Ireland Website supporting the study and practice of Canon Law of the Roman Catholic Church.
This site is freely available on the Internet
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Centre for Law & Religion Website of the Law and Religion research centre based at Cardiff University. Research resources include working papers and project reports, bibliographies and networks.
This site is freely available on the Internet.
Islamic Law Bibliography (UKCLE) Bibliography produced by the UK Centre for Legal Education as part of the Developing an Islamic Law Curriculum project. Links go to the Centre's archived web pages on the UK Web Archive.
This site is freely available on the Internet.
Religious Legal Systems in Comparative Context A guide to introductory research in comparative religious legal systems. Includes introductions to Christian, Jewish, Islamic, Hindu, Buddhist and Confucion law and sources, signposting online resources and organisations. The guide is prepared by Marylin Johnson Raisch and hosted by Globalex.
This site is freely available on the Internet.
SOAS Centre for Islamic & Middle Eastern Law (CIMEL) Website supporting teaching and research in Islamic and Middle Eastern law at the School of Oriental & African Studies.
This site is freely available on the Internet.