As a lawyer and lecturer I use practically no books any more. Almost all my resources come from the Internet. Since law interns are digital natives today, they naturally work that way and are called “Google Trainees” by their older colleagues. They always start their research on the Google search engine. This is highly recommended by the way. Because many lawyers who work in the field of digital law publish online.
The following list will be continuously updated, like intla.ch in general.
DeepL Translator https://www.deepl.com/translator.html
Visualization of the economy: https://www.visualcapitalist.com
Systematic collection of Swiss federal law https://www.admin.ch/gov/de/start/bundesrecht/systematische-sammlung.html
Global Legal Group, International Comparative Legal Guides https://iclg.com/
Federal IT model contracts (Switzerland): https://www.beschaffung.admin.ch/bpl/de/home/auftraege-bund/mustervertraege.html
Model IT contracts of the Administration of the Federal Republic of Germany: https://www.cio.bund.de/Web/DE/IT-Beschaffung/EVB-IT-und-BVB/evb-it_bvb_node.html