Latest judgments from the Supreme Court and Bombay High Court, as well as recent UK judgments and recent Acts and Notifications - from the High Court of Bombay Judges' Library Blog.
The World Justice Project's latest Rule of Law Index - Country Profile for India (open access)
See also the following book:
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Halsbury's Laws of India on LexisNexis Advance (UniMelb staff & student access) is a comprehensive online encyclopaedia of the Law in India, arranged alphabetically by topic. It contains commentary, and cites relevant legislation and significant cases.
Kluwer Law Online (UniMelb staff & student access) includes full text e-books on Indian law in the following subject areas:
Foreign Law Guide - India (UniMelb staff & student access) - arranged alphabetically by broad topic. Includes commentary, and lists relevant legislation (with links to the legislation on the SCC database) and useful secondary sources such as books and articles on these topics.
India's legal system is a mix of common, Muslim and customary law. See Juriglobe for further information(open access).
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The main sources of law in India include the constitution, statutory laws, customary laws and case law. See more at:
For other research guide on Indian legal research see:
For a comprehensive overview of Indian legal literature, see Uma Narayan, 'Basic Indian Legal Literature for Foreign Legal Professionals' (2009) 37(3) International Journal of Legal Information 333 (UniMelb staff & student access).
The Republic of India is a constitutional democracy. It is a federation made up of 29 states and seven union and national territories. India's Central and state governments function in the Westminister style.
Use the resources listed below for general information about India.
India, Raj & Empire (UniMelb staff & student access)