In order to assist clients, Lex Africa publishes an annual Guide to Doing Business in various African countries which summarises the legal and business environment in those countries as at 1 January of each year.
The Guide is written by Lex Africa members and is revised annually. The current pdf copy of the Guide may be downloaded in PDF format from the website linked here.
PER Publishes contributions relevant to the research unit Development in the South African Constitutional State. Constitutional and developmental needs should be kept in mind as the key themes of the journal, which means that contributions on any aspect or discipline of the law will be welcomed if these themes are involved in some way.
The African Human Rights Law Reports contains legal decisions of relevance to human rights law in Africa. These include selected domestic decisions from the whole continent, as well as the decisions of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights and the United Nations treaty bodies, dealing with African countries. The Reports are fully indexed, to facilitate access and make research easy.
The database CODICES, like the Bulletin on Constitutional Case-Law, is a publication of the European Commission for Democracy through Law also known as Venice Commission. It reports regularly on the case-law of constitutional courts, courts of equivalent jurisdiction in Europe and America and of the European Court of Human Rights as well as the Court of Justice of the European Communities. The CODICES is published three times a year, each issue reporting the most important case-law since 1993 together with that covering the most recent four months period.