DENVER, CO--(Marketwire - Nov 28, 2012) - The legal forums at Is It Legal To have unveiled a new International Law Forum page on its website. Is It Legal To has over 30,000 members that stay up to date on United States and international laws. The International Law forums have 65 sections discussing county specific laws. Like a physical public forum such as a park or sidewalk, at Is It Legal To, forum users can express their right of free speech and open discourse about any topic.
"U.S. Laws are not universal, and Is It Legal To wanted to expand its website to reflect our global world," says the owner of Is It Legal To. "This means we create threads for each country that has interesting and newsworthy law decisions and implications, separating countries to different sections just like we did for the 50 United States."
Different government laws in Canada are the most discussed on the International Law Forum with 213 active threads. Human resource, divorce, debt and other laws are up for conversation. Personal privacy is a large concern on many of the threads, as members of Is It Legal To often come to ask anonymous questions. News and dialog about laws in less politically stable countries are active on the legal forums, as well.
In addition to discussing individual government laws, the forum also devotes posts to relationships between countries on its International Law Forums. Conflict in laws, treaties and supranational law are also important to the global legal discussion.
Is It Legal To also hosts a law dictionary, legal blog and legal news section. Threads about U.S. government laws currently make up the majority of the forums. New blogs are posted twice a week and new threads are started every day. Private message functions, social media integration and search engine optimization are also implemented on the forums.
Is It Legal To is a comprehensive legal forum and blog with 30,000 members and 35,000 posts. The legal news forums are updated daily and the site is designed to be easy to use and read. Registration is free and open to any Internet user. To see the international legal forums at Is It Legal To and sign up for a membership visit www.isitlegalto.com/international-laws-global-laws-country-laws-forum/.