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
- Cámara de Diputados (Congress)
Contains machine-produced English translations of the legislation of Mexico. Warning: Machine-based translations should not be relied upon in important documents and writings.
- InfoJus - Instituto de Investigaciones Juridicas
Offers Legislacion Federal Mexicana, a full text of Constitutions (federal and states), Codes, Laws, Jurisprudence. Vernacular.
- Latin Laws - Mexico
Includes Constitution, civil law, business and investment law, criminal law, labor law, tax legislation and case law in vernacular.
- Leyes Federales (CCDWeb)
Contains the whole Mexican legislation. If you click on Consulta Textual a la Legislación you can obtain laws published in Diario Oficial in PDF format.
- Taxation and Investment in Mexico
This IBFD service gives detailed, accurate and practical information concerning the tax system of Mexico. Commentaries and Mexico's tax treaties.
- The National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade - Mexico
Diario Oficial 1994- .
Access to legal journals, the Official Gazette, codes, full text legislation, cases.
Materials will be located in B2 North (map), with call numbers beginning with KGF.