Most of the Law Library's electronic resources, including online journals, article databases, and e-books, are available from links on the library website. If you are off-campus, click here for instructions on accessing this material.
Databases offer a wide range of information. They can cover broad topics such as Public International Law or they can focus on a narrow aspect of international law such as world constitutions. Listed below is a selection of databases that can help a user start researching.
CIAO - A full-text database that contains papers, policy briefs, case studies, book chapters and journal articles in the area of international law.
Electronic Information System for International Law (EISIL) – A comprehensive listing of information sources produced by the American Society of International Law (ASIL).
FindLaw – International Resources – Comprehensive list of primary and secondary links in the area of public international law.
Foreign Law Guide – This database can be searched either by country or topic. It offers a short discussion of each country’s legal system and live links to electronic resources.
Globalex – List of links to resources in international law.
HeinOnline – Indexes almost 2000 journals. This database also contains libraries such as European Centre for Minority Issues, Foreign and International Law Resources Database, International Law Resources Reports, World Constitutions , and World Trials.
HG.org –International – Collection of links for international law resources.
i-lex – A legal research system for international law in U.S. Courts.
Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law – This institute deals with current development in the fields of international and European law.
Minnesota Human Rights Library – A collection of documents and materials in the field of human rights.
OECDiLibrary – This database contains the full text of OECD publications. Non-Subscribers can access these titles but they can only be read online.
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