A collection of international laws is available on vLex. Along the lines of Justia’s offering, vLex appears to me from wandering around on its website to be very impressive. In the banner it boasts “43,505 customers, 62,590,371 documents (actually, I counted 62,590,369 but I may have lost track somewhere), 1,024 publishers, 13 languages, and 128 countries.” For a blogger enchanted by metrics, I am impressed by that parade!
There appears to be a free basic subscription for individuals or a premium version at $39 a month (U.S. material only), and $269 a month for the whole vLex storehouse for all countries. As law departments find they have to cope with foreign laws and regulations, a resource such as vLex could be quite cost effective.