With its inception in 1993 the Law Web Saarbrücken was the first nationwide legal information system in the Internet in Germany. It quickly found national and international fame. Today it is a comprehensive portal to legal information with a heavy emphasis on international topics and is a figurehead for the Institute of Law and Informatics at the Saarland University. ...more
The internationalisation of the information society has led to a common project between ERID (Équipe de Recherche Informatique et Droit) in Montpellier (F) and the Institute of Law and Informatics for the harmonisation of the rules of information and communications technology. ...more
Initiated by different faculty members of the Law Department at Saarland University, the portal collects and publishes legal terms and translations developed in different projects. ...more
The advent of multimedia and the Internet in schools and universities raises many questions, which encompass almost all areas of current and proposed law. Remus offers all those interested the opportunity to rapidly obtain and exchange up-to-date, efficient and comprehensive information on all questions of copyright law concerning the application of multimedia and the Internet in universities. ...more
The Saarbrueclen eLibrary ("Saarbrücker Bibliothek") contains more than 270 open access legal articles and comnentaries. It is published by members of the Law Faculty at Saarland University. New articles are published on a regular basis.
The Saarland Journal of Labour Law (Saarländisches Arbeitsrechtliches Journal) is an online newspaper that reports on issues related to labour law. Every two weeks the editorial team presents important decisions of the German labour court or important contributions to the research literature. ...more
Salito is a joint project of the Institute for Law and Informatics and the Makrolog GmbH. Part of the project is the "Saarbrücker Link Tool". ...more
Under the EU Funding Scheme "Cultural Cooperation with Developing Countries", Prof. Martina Ghosh-Schellhorn (TAS - Transcultural Anglophone Studies, Saarbruecken) and Prof. Maximilian Herberger (IFRI -Institut für Rechtsinformatik, Saarbruecken) have been awarded stewardship of the EuropeAid/DDH CULT/2005/113-143 – Transcultura grant for the full period of two years (EuropeAid). ...more