1. WEB SITES ON MEXICAN LAW IN ENGLISH
This web site, maintained by Law Library of Congress and Global Legal Information Network (GLIN), contains many links to information regarding all three branches of Mexico's government as well as links to legal guides and other helpful general sources.
This web site provides links to Mexico's Chamber of Deputies, Superior Court of Justice, Attorney General, Legislation, and other important government links.
Maintained by the U.S. Department of State, this web site contains a great assortment of pertinent diplomatic U.S.-Mexico bilateral information.
This web site has many links to information about Mexico's state governments, Mexico's legal system and government, Mexico's legislative sources, NAFTA, overall coverage of Mexico, and free translation sites.
2. WEB SITES ON MEXICAN LAW IN SPANISH
This site is sponsored by Mexico's Chamber of Deputies and gives access to the official texts of 218 federal states, some legislative enactments for the Federal District, and the Federal Constitution of 1917, as amended.
This site is sponsored by the Mexican Senate. It contains a list of the "Statutes and Decrees" passed between September 2000 and April 2003, the texts of all the treaties and international conventions approved by the Senate and International Parliamentary Relations.
This site is sponsored by the Supreme Court of the Nations and makes available the Ejecutorias and Jurisprudencias rendered by both the Supreme Court and the Circuit Collegiate Courts from 1917 through 1996. It also contains federal statutes, federal legal norms, international treaties, etc.
This site is sponsored by the Presidency of Mexico. It features the President's activities, programs, press releases, and an historic archive of presidential speeches, both domestic and international.
"Directorio" is an electronic clearinghouse to access federal agencies. While it is not a legal website, it is the most comprehensive and useful site providing access to all the agencies of Mexico's Federal Public Administration. It claims to have links to 2,400 governmental agencies.
This web site is sponsored by the Secretariat of the Interior, which publishes in the Federal Official Gazette each and every legislative enactment passed by the Federal Congress. The site contains an archive of all the Diarios Oficiales since 1917. Access given to a given legislative enactment must be conducted based on either: (1) the name or title of the enactment; or (2) the date of its publication in the D.O.
This article (Electronic Guide to the Best Mexican Law Web Sites) was posted in early January 2004 in the electronic website LLRX (www.llrx.com) thanks to the generosity of Ms. Sabrina I. Pacifici.