In my view, the definition of grey literature should include one too often overlooked source of research about the law, namely the reports of law reform institutes.
The Diana M. Priestly Law Library at the University of Victoria in British Columbia has a page of links to law reform commissions in various countries. The University of Calgary Law Library provides a slightly different list.
Among the finding tools are:
- The British Columbia Law Institute has created a searchable law reform database that indexes over 7000 law reform materials from common law jurisdictions around the world
- The WorldLII Law