Saturday, January 10, 2009

U.N. International Law Research Library

United_nations_flag Here is a great international law resource that you might not know.  The U.N. online research library contains:

  • resources relating to treaties and treaty status information;
  • materials concerning the jurisprudence of international courts and tribunals;
  • access to selected United Nations publications and to repositories of official documentation; and
  • selected scholarly writings in international law, including publications, journal articles, and research guides.

Particular emphasis is on authoritative sites, typically including those providing unrestricted access to primary materials or to key secondary sources of information on international law and on the activities of international organizations.  Click here to read more.

Hat tip to Victor Salas at The John Marshall Law School Law Library in Chicago.


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