Thank you for visiting the Afghanistan Law Library (ALL), a digital law library allowing you to find Afghan laws easily.
Legal Research is the art of identifying and gathering information that will support the legal dispute and decision. Undoubtedly, this art plays a large role in the work of judges, prosecutors, defense lawyers, professors, Law and Shari’a faculties students and anyone who wants to understand the law. We have built this library to revolutionize and change the legal decision-making landscape in Afghanistan by empowering those involved in this field to better prepare the legal case.
ALL is a simple tool to help you find the right law immediately. You can simply search a word or use advance search for combination of words to find the specific law, regulations, strategy and analysis for instance about Afghanistan Income Tax law, NGO's Law,Afghanistan Employment Law, Afghanistan Criminal Procedures and Laws, Afghanistan Banking Laws or Afghanistan Investment Laws. Regulations governing the structure and functions of the three branches of Afghanistan government, Afghanistan Ministries, and Afghanistan Supreme Court, the Afghanistan Attorney General Office and the Afghanistan Parliament. This is a work in progress and ALL will be updated daily with new laws until it is completed and continue to track legislation and update ALL. As such, we ask for your feedback, input, suggestions and recommendations so that we can continue to provide the best service in this very important and much needed sector in Afghanistan. To learn more about how to navigate this website and use ALL, please click on the “Training and Tutorials” tab above to watch instructional videos. To access the library, please take a minute to register and create a log in name and password.
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We are proud to welcome and introduce you to ALL, the electronic tool allowing you to find Afghan Laws. It is designed to meet the specific needs of the judges, prosecutors, defense lawyers, law and Shari’a professors and students, the larger business community both domestic and internationals who are investing or are already in Afghanistan, international lawyers, and academics.