Part I: General Introduction
A US site but an invaluable guide to researching Constitutional Law on the Internet containing material from all over the world.
An index to constitutions throughout the world.
Part III: The European Union
The European Court of Human Rights' site includes HUDOC, the database of ECHR judgments, links to the European Convention on Human Rights and information about the Court
The home page for the Council of Europe
The official site of the European parliament.
Part IV: Central, Regional and Local Government
The home pages for the Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish assemblies respectively.
Interparliamentary union – a source of Information on national parliaments across the world. Includes a database of bibliographic refererences
The official UK government website for citizens.
The offical web site of the Prime Minister and a source for all the latest news and releases from Downing Street.
Part V: Parliament
The home page for the United Kingdom Parliament.
A list of all Bills currently before Parliament. With explanatory notes and amendments.
A source of further information about the electoral process within the UK.
Find out what the Commission is and what it does. You can access text of all recent reports and consultation papers, plus see summaries of current official law reform projects
The Cabinet Office is at the centre of government, making government work better. This website brings together information from units in the Department.
Part VI: The Individual and the State
The Legal Action Group - a national, independent charity which campaigns for equal access to justice for all members of society.
The Information Commissioner's Office - the UK's independent authority set up to promote access to official information and to protect personal information
Part VII: Introduction to Administrative Law
Run by the Parliamentary Health Service, this site provides information about ombudsmen as well as advice about what to do in order to make a complaint.
Provides an insight into the working lives of the nearly 42,000 judicial office holders in England and Wales - judges, tribunal members and magistrates.
The home page for the new Ministry of Justice, created in 2007