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International Law: Home

Welcome

To all students interested in International Law:

The goal of this guide is to provide useful resources to researching international law. The guide does not contain all resources available for this area of law, but it does provide for a great start. It is geared towards free and low cost research in the area and provides specific links for finding such resources.

This guide is divided into five sections:

  • Intergovernmental Organizations-provides a non-exhaustive list of intergovernmental organizations as well as links to their websites, live newsfeeds and Live United Nations TV.
  • Nongovernmental Organizations-provides a non-exhaustive list of nongovernmental organizations as well as links to their websites, live newsfeeds and Live NGO TV.
  • Courts-provides a non-exhaustive list and links to international courts organized by continent.
  • Treaties-provides links to research guides on how to research treaties as well as print sources available at the Law Library and Alvin Sherman Library to located the text of a treaty.
  • Citations-provides a simple outline of relevant rules for international citations according to the Bluebook.

 In all sections, place the cursor over the links for a brief description of the source.

Hope you find this guide helpful during your research,

Sylvia Cano

J.D. Candidate May 2013

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