Index for English language legal publications focusing mostly on the British Isles, the Commonwealth, and the United States including those that cover international and comparative law. From Cardiff University, in Wales.
Current sources of code and basic legislation in jurisdictions of the world. The database offers relevant information on sources of foreign law, including complete bibliographic citations to legislation, the existence of English translations and selected references to secondary sources.
Full text database with access to over 10,000 news, business and legal publications. Includes major English-language newspapers as well as non-English language news sources. Contact the Library to request a search. The Library does not provide IDs for users.
Includes Oxford Handbooks on Comparative Constitutional Law, History of International Law, International Environmental Law, International Human Rights Law, International Law in Armed Conflict, International Trade Law and others.
Oxford Reports on International Law brings together decisions on public international law from international law courts, domestic courts, and ad hoc tribunals.
Case reporting service from Oxford University Press that contains selective cases from domestic courts around the world dealing with public international law issues. Legal experts in the field cover over sixty countries, providing detailed analysis of the core legal issues, highlighting the most salient points of the case, and providing historical and legal context to understand the significance of the decision. Translations of key passages of non-English judgments appear alongside the full text of the judgments in the original language.The Dag Hammarskjold Library subscription includes access to the following modules: Oxford Reports on International Law in Domestic Courts, Oxford Reports on International Criminal Law,Oxford Reports on International Human Rights Law, and Oxford Reports on International Courts of General Jurisdiction.
Widely considered the most authoritative reference work on the International Court of Justice. This 4 volume work includes information and analysis of the Court’s relation to the other principal bodies of the United Nations, its jurisdiction, and its procedure.