"This website offers you a comprehensive and freely accessible database of electronic materials on German law. It brings together English translations of court decisions, legislation, articles and other law-related documents scattered over the internet and adds them to our own collection of German legal information."
A list that can only be surprised as impressively exhaustive, as it covers pretty much every imaginable German government web site. However, most of the sites are in German, and many are no longer active.
Has a variety of resources on the workings and organization of the Swiss government, including some laws in English, but it is noted that "English is not an official language of the Swiss Confederation. These translations are provided for information purposes only and have no legal force."
BAILII is a source to find "British and Irish case law & legislation, European Union case law, Law Commission reports, and other law-related British and Irish material."
Cases from the courts of the United Kingdom, England and Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Ireland; tribunal decisions, statutes, law reform commission reports, and statutory instruments (regulations). Cases from the English Reports, Full Reprint (1220-1873). Cases from the European Union's Court of Justice and Court of First Instance, and from the European Court of Human Rights.
Full text database of UK case law, legislation, and commentary, including Halsbury's Laws, legal treatises, handbooks, and law journals. Lexis Library also has cases from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and from the Commonwealth Law Reports.
ICLR is the authorized publisher of The Law Reports for the UK Supreme Court, Courts of Appeals, and High Courts of England and Wales. In addition to case reports and summaries, ICLR offers access to UK legislation through integration with legislation.gov.uk. ICLR also includes a citator, a Briefcase function and print and PDF output options. Supreme Court and House of Lords judgments include a report of the arguments of counsel. Case coverage is from 1865 to present.