Baron the law library catalog - can limit search to the international collection for international material
Oxford Scholarship Online (thru Richter) full text of treatises published by Oxford.
Oxford Reports on International Law decisions and background on international law cases and international law treatment in domestic courts
Encyclopedia of Public International Law (Max Planck Institute) explanations of basic theories in international law with citations to many other resources
International Court of Justice information about the court, cases and related documents, such as the Statute of the Court and the Rules of Court.
Reports of International Arbitral Awards (R.I.A.A.) arbitral awards rendered between states
Hein Online law journals, treaties, international yearbooks, etc.
EISIL (Amer. Society of Int'l Law) provides basic texts,explanations and links on various international law topics. There are several related sections, such as General International Law, International Organizations, etc.
International Law Commission information about the work of the I.L.C., and documents back to about 1996. The Yearbook is also available on Hein Online back to 1949.
Other International Web pages
Jurist legal news written mostly by law professors, separate section for world legal news
Global Legal Monitor (Law Library of Congress) worldwide legal news.
ASIL Insights brief news releases related to international law.
International Law in Brief (ASIL) recent developments in international law, including UN resolutions, cases, and other happenings.
BNA newsletters, including some on international trade and business
International Judicial Monitor articles related to international judiciary and justice.
Area of Law by Topic - International Law
Add/Edit Tabs: International Law, International Trade
Includes U.S. treaties, databases with topical treaties (e.g. tax), human rights cases, international decisions, news, and law journals
Search by Topic - International Law
Includes North and South American news and journals
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