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Foreign and International Law Sources

 

Cornell's Legal Information Institute. This area groups national laws by continent, and international law by topic.

EISIL: Electronic Information System for International Law. Lists thirteen international law subjects with hundreds of subcategories that provide links. Site covers international law affecting more than two countries. Does not include foreign law or bilateral treaties.

English Reports, Full Reprint, Hein Online. All 176 volumes of the English Reports, Full Reprint along with its "Index of Cases" and "Index Chart." "It represents reprints of 275 separate series of reports, arranged by the English Courts: House of Lords, Chancery, Rolls Court, etc. The English Reports, Full Reprint contains over 100,000 cases reprinted verbatim and spans the years 1220 to 1867." Requires Library Card for access.

Internet Law Library: Treaties and International Law. This is a long alphabetical list of treaties and international agreements. Includes links to some obscure documents, like Belarus customs laws, and older documents, like Louisiana Purchase treaties, as well as current, popular materials.

Introductory Guide to Online International Human Rights Legal Research With an Emphasis on the United Nations, Helen Frazer, 2010. Includes research resources, treaties and their status, case law, and UN materials.

Treaty Publications, Hein Online. Requires Library Card for access. Including, but not limited to:

United Nations: International Law. Links to International Court of Justice, International trade law, law of the sea, and treaties. User name and password are required to access the treaty collection.