How do I search for laws on a particular subject? How can I compile a legislative history for a Washington (or federal) law? How can I locate court opinions about a topic? To answer these and other frequently asked questions, the reference librarians have prepared a series of legal research guides. Use these guides to get started on your research project when a reference librarian is not available to assist you or as a reminder as you conduct your research. More
Here, you will find a list of websites that provide legal information and materials (including laws, bills, court opinions, and related documents) and/or links to legal material. Most of these sites are freely available to all users with Internet access. Some sites are UW Restricted, that is, available to University of Washington faculty, students, and staff and visitors to UW Libraries.More
Finding Books and Journals
March 14, 2011)
RedLightGreen and OCLC Worldcat (see below) are the two major U.S. union catalog databases. They contain records for books and periodicals about Korean law in all languages. To see Korean, change encoding to Unicode (UTF-8).
AsianLaw Bibliography (Asian Law Centre, University of Melbourne): http://www.law.unimelb.edu.au/alc/bibliography/ This is "a collection of English language materials on Asian laws available throughout the world and includes books, chapters in books, journal articles and theses. It does not include newspapers, magazines, conference papers or unpublished articles."