This guide lists essential print and online sources for researching foreign law. NOTE: First 4 tabs list important general sources that might not be repeated in the dropdown tabs.
Last Updated: May 22, 2017
Parliament database. The newest law proposals.
Consumers can get free access to laws. Commercial use of the database requires a subscription.
Contains machine-produced English translations of the legislation of Denmark. Warning: Machine-based translations should not be relied upon in important documents and writings.
- Magnus Legal Database
Contains codes, regulations, legal proposals, cases from any area of law. Magnus is a fee based database. It is a free index to legal news offered by different area of law that is updated with daily changes in this jurisdiction.
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs (English Version)
Excellent search engine for Danish and English searching. Important Danish Supreme Court decisions can be found here.
The official law database of the Danish government. It includes all legislation adopted in the past 15 years. Retsinformation contains all current legal proposals, Danish codes and regulations in Danish.
Materials will be located in B2 North (map), with call numbers beginning with KJR.