Throughout this guide reference is made to resources that are freely availabe online at the website called Legifrance. This government website describes itself as the "public service for access to law." It contains a large amount of French legal information and today it is a leading source for research on French law.
Tarlton Law Library's French Law Collection
Tarlton Law Library maintains an excellent collection of French law. With some exceptions, the collection is in French, so the researcher who wishes to do in-depth research in French law should know French. As many sources of French law can now be found on the Web, this guide points to online sources of French law. The guide also points to English-language sources on French law, both in Tarlton Law Library and online.
Introductory Texts in English
Subject-specific Texts in English
Here are six recent subject-specific titles on aspects of French law in English: