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From the Editor

With over 40 years of excellence and coverage in comparative constitutional law, Oxford Constitutions of the World is the brand new home for Constitutions of the Countries of the World, Constitutions of Dependencies and Territories, and Constitutions of the United States. Oxford Constitutions of the World is the only resource to contain the most current expert‐translated English‐language versions of all of the world’s constitutions (203 national and 206 sub‐national, special sovereignties, autonomous regions & disputed or irredentist jurisdictions), accompanied by individual commentaries on each text, and supplementary materials including amendment acts/laws and constitutional court acts/laws.

In addition, users can enhance their research with:

  • Cross-references to content on other Oxford law online product as well as external resources via the Oxford Law Citator
  • An improved interface and functionality
  • Personalization options to save and share searches and frequently used content

Oxford Constitutions of the World provides any constitutional law scholar, academic, or researcher with the answer to their question: whether they are looking for the exact text of a particular article of the constitution, looking to compare similar provisions across the constitutions of multiple countries or jurisdictions, or seeking an authoritative commentary to every constitution in the world.

Tony Lim
Editor, Law
Oxford University Press