One very useful source of information on current foreign law is the "subject collection," a database or hard-copy publication that collects laws on one topic from several countries. Most of these collections describe other countries' laws; a few provide the texts. The U of M has several excellent collections on various subjects, some of which are listed below. One way to find a subject collection that covers the country of your interest is to use the Law Library of Congress's Global Legal Information Catalog.
National (Domestic) Case Law:
For more sources on international human rights law, go here.
Current Awareness Sources: