Legalis is a legal information system providing access to the database of the following legal acts: Journal of Laws and Polish Monitors, Departmental Law, Local Law, Projects, EU Official Journals, Corporate Law, Judicature, Sample Documents, Interpretations, Guides and Polska Bibliografia Prawnicza PAN [Polish Legal Bibliography of the Polish Academy of Sciences] – with the collection of all issues since 1970. The database also contains commentary modules in the field of: civil law, civil procedure, family law, commercial companies law, capital market law, real estate law, European Union law, labor law, administrative law, tax law, public procurement law, criminal law, criminal procedure, bankruptcy law, commercial law, medical law, local government law, intellectual property law.
The system consists of many other specialist modules such as: Law Systems (Private Law System, Commercial Law System, Administrative Law System, Criminal Law System, Medical Law System and European Union Law System) and BeckOK On-line Comments – quarterly updated comments on codes.
Moreover, Legalis has a few very interesting tools – Translator for English, German, French, and Russian acts, and also a special panel with models of letters and contracts in English, French, German and Russian. Legalis’ resources include, i.a., the following online magazines: Legal Monitor, Labour Law Monitor, Tax Monitor, Private Law Studies, Real Estate, Public Procurement Law, ADR – Arbitration and Mediation, Electronic Media Law, Iustitia, Legal Education, Commercial Law Monitor. The database provides access to the “Practical explanations” module in the field of human resources and payroll, finance and accounting, health and safety, public procurement. Additionally, it includes two more modules: Rzeczpospolita “Law every day” (legal supplement) and the module Prof. Modzelewski’s tax law (“Tax Law” series of the Institute of Tax Studies Modzelewski i Wspólnicy Sp. z o. o.).
Legalis is available for an unlimited number of parallel users in the network of the University of Opole, as well as for 15 parallel workstations with logging in using the HAN authentication system with the login and password to the library account.