Behind The Silence: Portal To Iranian Law

This, to me, is a truly interesting and timely resource – a portal to Iranian information, including laws, Constitutions, government structure, legal guides, regulations, treaties, trade sanctions, tribunals, codes, related news stories, and lots of other material. The site is called Pars Times and the law link is here. While one has to maintain some level of guarded reservation regarding the scope of the information available to outsiders, I was fascinated by the differences in perspective and the liberal mix of religion and political structure in the legal links and read the Constitution closely.

Even if you have no specific need to research Iranian law, consider time spent on this website to be well-spent – an opportunity to gain insight on a culture at the heart of human rights issues right now. And, on the subject of human rights, the site does include human rights links and a list of activists. Interestingly, the site’s author does not reveal his identity, but advises the following:

This is a non-profit, non-partisan and totally independent website. It’s mainly targeted for researches, [sic]  scholars and investors.

The site aims at providing comprehensive information pertaining to Iran and the Middle East.

The goal of the general webguide is to give the public easy access to the best sites on the web. It is a gateway to a variety of free resources available on the internet.

I have a MBA degree in finance and have worked as a financial analyst and real estate & stock broker. There is heavy emphasis on business and personal finance topics.

I have tried to index the sites which posses content of interest to readers of different backgrounds.

You will not find blind links and annoying pop-up windows on this site. You can browse this website without registration and disclosing any personal information.

Your feedback is important to us. We greatly appreciate your interest in improving the site.

I read and take note of every email that I receive. However, I cannot reply to every email individually due to the large volume of mail received. But I appreciate your interest and support of Pars Times.

The site is dedicated to the author’s teachers.

Hat tip to Legal Research Plus.

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One comment on “Behind The Silence: Portal To Iranian Law

  1. hi, I am an iranian attorney and assisstant proffesor of law in tehran. I will be happy if I can give any necessary information about iranian law. thank you

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