- Famous Trials
In-depth accounts of some of the world's most famous trials. Presented by the UMKC School of Law, and Professor Doug Linder.
- Proceedings of the Old Bailey, The
Contains accounts of over 100,000 criminal trials held at London's central criminal court from 1674 to 1834.
- Code of Hammurabi@
For all who enjoy legal history and theory.
- Collection of Contracts from Mesopotamia, c. 2300 - 428 BCE
Ancient History Sourcebook.
- Crime Through Time
Museum in Newent, U.K., looking at criminals and warfare through the ages, including serial killers, the Holocaust, fetishism, prison, and more.
- Web Directory: Western Legal Tradition
Including information on Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Ancient Hebrews, and Greeks.
- Criminal Justice History Resources
Directory of related sites.
- English Laws for Women in the Nineteenth Century (1854)
By Caroline Norton.
- British 20th Century Criminal and Military History
Various war crimes trials, military courts martials, spying, and U.K. capital punishment cases.
- Hebrew Law
Ethics of Judaism and Christianity are based primarily on the Ten Commandments, but in fact Jews are called to observe some six hundred commandments.
- H-Law Discussion Network
Solicits discussion of issues relating to teaching and research in the history of legal traditions, including common law and civil law systems.
- Modern Customs and Ancient Laws of Russia
From Yale Law School's Avalon Project.