Estonia law resource page with links to the Estonia constitution, Estonia government, Estonia law firms, Estonia law, Estonia law schools, Estonia banking law, Estonia women's legal group, Estonia president, Estonia prime minister, Estonia court, Estonia legislature, and Estonia law guide.
- The Government of the Republic of Estonia
In Estonian, English or Russian. Official Site. "The Government of the Republic exercises executive power pursuant to the Constitution and the laws of the Republic of Estonia." From the State Chancellery.
- The State Chancellery of the Republic of Estonia
In Estonian and English. "In Estonia, the functions of executive power are divided into areas of government managed by ministries. The Government of the Republic comprised of the Prime Minister and ministers exercises executive power either directly or through government agencies."
In Estonian, Russian and English. Official state page with links to government, courts, state agencies, politics, and more.
- Ministry of Finance of Estonia
In Estonian, English or Russian.
- Estonia Government
From Photius Coutsoukis.
- Estonia Government
From WorldLII. Includes courts and case law, government, legislation, and more.
- Republic of Estonia
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.
In English. From eGovernment Resource Centre.
- Law Firms
From HierosGamos. Select by City or Practice Area.
- Õigusaktide Andmebaas
In Estonian. Full text database of of Estonian legal acts maintained by the Institute of Baltic Studies
and Supreme Court of Estonia.
- Institute of Baltic Studies
In English. "Institute of Baltic Studies (IBS) is an independent non-profit research and development centre established in Estonia."
- Estonian Law Centre Foundation
English and Estonian. "The Estonian Law Centre is a non-profit organization, founded in July, 1995, whose highest priority is to provide a comprehensive program of legal training seminars to the Estonian legal community. It also provides access to print and computer legal resources through its information department, information services, including a monthly newsletter, mailing list services, and scholarships for study abroad."
- An Overview of Estonian Law and Web Resources
In English. By Kart Miil, Tartu University Library, Estonian Republic. Published on LLRX July 15, 2000, updated July 15, 2001
- Riigikogu (Parliament)
In Estonia or English. "Welcome to the home page of the Riigikogu, the Parliament of the Republic of Estonia! In these pages, you will find information about the Riigikogu. Here you can read about its history, find information on its functions and work, and on how its members are elected. Here, also, data are presented about the composition of the Riigikogu, about its factions and Committees."
“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."