The Justia Latinoamerica project seeks to provide legal research tools for persons interested in laws and legal issues throughout Latin America. Today, I want to share with you Justia Cuba, our website that compiles most of Cuba’s legal resources. This project posed some unique challenges in that some of the material was hard to find, Cuban web servers were frequently down, and access to these servers were further constrained by the limited bandwidth connecting Cuba to the outside world.
From the Justia Cuba homepage, you can easily access most Cuban legislation. The constitution, laws, resolutions and many more legal documents are available for browsing, as well as statistical information and useful links on all of Cuba’s provinces, which are the country’s equivalent of state divisions.
We also have a compilation of law schools and attorney bureaus in Cuba.