South Korea law resource page with links to the South Korea constitution, South Korea government, South Korea law firms, South Korea law, South Korea bar association, South Korea dispute resolution, South Korea legal research, South Korea prime minister, South Korea legislature, and South Korea law guide.
Republic of Korea Law
- ROK Government's Official Web Portal
In English, Korean. Services offered by the Korean e-Government.
- Korea Government
In English, Japanese, Chinese, French, German, Spanish, Vietnamese and Arabic. Click on "Government" on the left tab. Links to the executive, legislative, and judiciary branches. From Korea.net.
- Governments on the WWW: Korea (Republic)
- Republic of Korea
From the Law Library of Congress. "The Guide to Law Online is an annotated compendium of sources accessible through the Internet. Links provide access to primary documents, legal commentary," and more.
- South Korea Law Directory
From Inter-Lawyer Law Firms Directory.
Associations and Organization
- Korean Bar Association
- Korea Legal Aid Corporation (In Korean)
"The Korean legal aid system is a social welfare system in the legal field to promote and protect fundamental human rights by providing various supporting services, including free legal consultation, affordable lawyers or public-service advocates services for civil and criminal litigation, and other legal assistance, to those who can not effectively be protected by the current legal system due to their financial difficulties or ignorance of the law."
- Kwanbo (Official gazette)
In Korean, English, and Portugese.
Justice, Administration of
- Law Firms
HierosGamos. Select by City or Practice Area.
- Ministry of Legislation
In English, Korean, and other languages. "The Ministry of Legislation is responsible for the establishment of
policies on the legislative administration of the government in general; coordination of government legislation; review of bills of laws, treaties, etc; authoritative interpretation of laws and regulations; operation of the Administrative Appeals Commission under the Prime Minister; research and analysis of legislative information; public information on laws and regulations; and support of the legislative activities of local governments." Site includes some statutes in English.
- National Assembly of the Republic of Korea
In English and Korean.
- Republic of Korea
“NATLEX, the database of national labour, social security and related human rights legislation maintained by the ILO's International Labour Standards Department. Records in NATLEX provide abstracts of legislation and relevant citation information, and they are indexed by keywords and by subject classifications."
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