Friday, 27 May 2016

Myanmar / Burma Databases on AsianLII

AustLII launched its Myanmar/Burma databases on AsianLII. 

The databases include the Burma Code 1839-1951, Myanmar Laws to 2015, three databases of nearly 5,000 decisions in the All India Reporter from 1907-41; the Burma Law Reports 1947-69, Privy Council appeals from Burma, 1869-1941, constitutions, and 'virtual' databases (extracted from existing LII content) of UN Resolutions, International Agreements, and journal articles concerning Burma/Myanmar.

To access the databases, please go to:

A paper "Introduction to AsianLII's Myanmar/Burma Legal Databases" has been written to discuss the content development of the databases. To review the article, please go to:
Myanmar / Burma Databases on AsianLII

Tuesday, 17 May 2016

New Law Library Resource: Getting the Deal Through

Getting the Deal Through produces up-to-date and reliable information on key topics of law and regulation for over 150 jurisdictions based on contributions from leading legal practitioners around the world.

One of the main features of the database is to allow you to compare law and regulation content in multiple jurisdictions.

CUHK users can access the database by going to E-resources (select Law and then browse under G) or search by the database name directly on the CUHK Library Catalogue in the Books tab.

Getting the Deal Through on the A-Z Database by Law page
Searching Getting the Deal Through on CUHK Library Catalogue

Getting the Deal Through's Interface