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International Law: Internet Resources

This resource guide provides suggested sources of information that are helpful starting points for researching international law.

International Law Guides

The American Society of International Law
Contains the research database titled EISIL (The electronic information source for international law) which pulls together a variety of international materials by topic.

GlobaLex
(NYU Law School) This site has a variety of excellent research guides on researching international law, both subject-oriented (i.e. public international law) and country-specific research guides.

Treaties and International Agreements (Cal-Berkley Law Library)

Research guide dedicated to locating full-text copies of treaties, both American and international.

European Union

europa.eu.  The official website of the European Union.

Eur-Lex.  Access to European Union Law.

United Nations

United Nations.  www.un.org

United Nations Documentation.  

Yearbook of the United Nations.  An authoratative reference on the work of the United Nations.

International Court of Justice.  The International Court of Justice (ICJ) is the principal judicial organ of the United Nations (UN). It was established in June 1945 by the Charter of the United Nations and began work in April 1946.

Project on International Courts and Tribunals  (PICT).