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Accessing Legal Information in Turkey

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 February 2019

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Currently, in the field of law as well as in other fields, societal developments, global interaction, and the increasing importance of technology in acquiring information resources have led to a rapid growth in the number of information sources. Furthermore, this growth has resulted in greater access to various sources. The great majority of the users of law-related information are legal academicians, law students, practicing lawyers, judges, and law consultants.

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1 Detailed information can be accessed from http://www.mkutup.gov.tr/.Google Scholar

2 http://www.mevzuat.gov.tr/ Google Scholar

4 http://www.anayasa.gov.tr/ Google Scholar

7 Other important legal databases found in Turkey include Lebib Yalkιin Legislation Data Bank (http://www.mevbank.com.tr), Corpus Legislation and Precedent Program (http://www.cdmy.com.tr/corpus.aspx), Dialog Prestige Legislation and Precedent Program (www.dialogprestige.com), Sinerji Legislation and Precedent Program (www.sinerjias.com.tr).Google Scholar

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