This site, sponsored by the Monaco Office of Berg and Duffy, LLP, seeks to collect useful information about the laws of Monaco, including the text of the law in French, an English translation, analysis, and comment

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Welcome to the Monaco Lawyer website, a place where you can learn about the laws of Monaco, see them in their original French language, see an unofficial translation of them into English, and discuss them in English.

Although Monaco is a very small place (it is one-third the size of Central Park in Manhattan in New York City), it is a very old (since 1297) sovereign nation with its own laws, its own courts, its own organized bar, and its own system of justice, rules, and regulations. Generally, but not always, Monaco law tends to follow its French counterparts. The study of Monaco's legal system can be very interesting. Hopefully, this website will contribute to that study.