International Law

Justia Launches Legal Portal for Mexico


Late last month, U.S. legal portal Justia launched a companion portal for Mexico: Justia México.

The portal provides access to Mexican federal and state laws, including the Constitution of the United Mexican states and legal information about the 32 Mexican states, Justia Law, Technology & Legal Marketing Blog reports. At present, the government only provides one PDF fie for all the laws in Mexico, but Justia has extracted this information and posted it in HTML form.

Justia México also streams Mexican law blog posts and legal tweets, a list of Mexico’s largest firms and a directory of its law schoools, Robert Ambrogi’s Lawsites reported.

The portal also has a companion Spanish-language Twitter feed: @justiamexico. Justia powers the ABA Journal’s Blawg Directory search.

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