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ASIL guide to electronic resources for international law

ASIL guide to electronic resources for international law

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Published by American Society of International Law in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International law -- Directories -- Sources.,
  • International law -- Research.,
  • International law -- Electronic information resources.

  • Edition Notes

    GenreDirectories
    SeriesASIL bulletin -- no.15
    ContributionsHoffman, Marci., Watson, Jill McC., Burnett, Anne E., American Society of International Law.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 179 p. ;
    Number of Pages179
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15948612M

    The international treatment of Intellectual Property rights involves to a significant degree both the traditional concerns of public international law (i.e. the law of nations) and the concerns of the ‘conflict of laws’ or 'private international law' with the problem of determining in what jurisdiction to pursue a private legal dispute and ASIL Guide to Electronic Resources for International Law (ERG) This is a continuously updated guide to international law research using electronic media. Human rights, treaties, environmental and criminal law are just some of the subjects ://

      Anthony Aust, Handbook of International Law, 2nd ed. (KZA94 ) J.L. Brierly, Law of Nations: An Introduction to the International Law of Peace, 6th ed. (KZB75 A33 ) Antonio Cassese, International Law, 2d ed. (KZC25 A35 ). ASIL Guide to Electronic Resources for International Law. This electonic book offers important tips for researching specific international topics on the internet. The Electronic Information System for International Law is a scholarly association focused on providing research tools for international ?g=&p=

    This guide is meant to be a starting place for the source and cite checkers of the CJIL. Finding International and Foreign Law materials can be difficult. Please consult a Reference Librarian if this guide does not help you find what you are looking for. These reources will help you find the source?g=&p= Lyonette Louis-Jacques is the Foreign and International Law Librarian and Lecturer in Law at The University of Chicago Law School. Immediately following her graduation from the Law School in , Lyonette Louis-Jacques began work at the University of Minnesota Law Library, where she taught courses on American as well as foreign and international legal research until , when she returned


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ASIL guide to electronic resources for international law Download PDF EPUB FB2

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus   This research guide was prepared by Marci Hoffman, currently the International and Foreign Law Librarian at E.B.

Williams Law Library, Georgetown University Law Centre. It focuses on English-language resources available in electronic format (including CD-ROMs and on the internet). /asil-guide-electronic-resources-international-law. Published on a bimonthly basis sinceInternational Legal Materials reproduces primary international legal documents reflecting the broad scope and evolution of international law.

Materials are selected by the Committee and its Attorney-Editor based on their usefulness to scholars, practitioners, and government and international ://   ASIL's Guide to Electronic Resources in International Law International Humanitarian Law is a chapters of this database.

It provides information on the major electronic sources for researching international humanitarian ://?g=&p= ASIL's Guide to Electronic Resources in International Law ASIL's Guide to Electronic Resources in International Law. This research guide provides information and documents about a variety of international law topics and electronic resources.

Location: Law Library, Open Reserve (K 85 H63 ) and e-book using your USC ID. Marci B ?g=&p=   ASIL Guide to Electronic Resources for International Law This research guide was prepared by Marci Hoffman, currently International & Foreign Law Librarian at UC Berkeley Law Library.

The guide focuses on English-language resources available in electronic Resources for exploring opportunities abroad and in the International Law field here in the U.S.

ASIL guide to electronic resources for international law book to main content. University at Buffalo. If the title of the book is a link, click to see if it is also available to buy or access online.

ASIL Guide to Electronic Resources for International Law   electronic resources in this field precludes any claim to this being an inclusive guide.

With that in mind, search strategies for conducting research in this area are included in Section III. OVERVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW. When attempting to determine the boundaries of international environmental law, no clear definition   ASIL Guide to Electronic Resources for International Law.

Each chapter of this E-book focuses on the best electronic resources for the following topics: treaties, human rights, international criminal law, international economic law, international environmental law, international intellectual property, international organizations, private American Society of International Law (ASIL) Guide to Electronic Resources for International Law.

Data Protection Registrar: Using the law to protect information in the UK. European Industrial Relations Observatory On-line. Euroseek European focused search engine offering services in more than 30 languages for 40 countries Companion to the Electronic Resources Guide (ERG, above), also from ASIL.

EISIL is a carefully selected, and well-organized list of links, arranged by topic. "A database containing more than 2, records providing links to selected international law instruments, websites, and research resources covering the entire spectrum of international ://   ASIL Insights, the "international law behind the headlines," provide brief, balanced accounts of the international law issues raised by newsworthy late-breaking events.

Insights, which are created as international law events arise, are distributed to subscribers and posted on the ASIL ?g=&p= “This book is designed as a reference tool for lawyers facing international legal problems outside their own areas of expertise.

In addition to an overview chapter and a chapter on selecting foreign counsel, there are 25 chapters discussing different areas of international law and practice.”?g=&p= ASIL Guide to Electronic Resources for International Law ERG - Electronic Resource Guide.

Separate guides to online resources for: HUMAN RIGHTS, International Criminal Law, International Environmental Law, International Humanitarian Law, International Organizations, UNITED HeinOnline provides a variety of both secondary and primary resources for FCIL research.

Hein's Foreign & International Law Resources Database includes the publications of the American Society of International Law along with prominent Yearbooks from around the world, including the Hague Permanent Court of International Justice also includes U.S.

Law Digests, International Tribunals ?g=&p= ASIL Guide to Electronic Resources in International Law - Research guides from the American Association of International Law (ASIL). A good place to start research. A good place to start research. Provides context for areas of international laws with links to legal documents, relevant websites, free databases (and some fee based This chapter of the ASIL Guide to Electronic Resources for International Law provides a guide to the electronic resources available to research the law of the sea.

The types of resources covered emphasize internet sites, but also include library catalogs and on-line subscription and commercial ://?g=&p=   The eResources section provides access to international law resources, from primary source documents to ASIL publications, for online research.

Note United Nations International Law Guide-- Information on the law generally, and as it relates to key topics and international treaties, the   Williams, John B.

and The George Washington University Journal of International Law and Economics, Guide to International Legal Research, LexisNexis, Electronic book available though LexisNexis ://   Web view.

Recommended Citation. Lyonette Louis-Jacques, "Lists, Newsgroups, Networks," in ASIL Guide to Electronic Resources for International Law, Lyonette Louis-Jacques, Marci Hoffman, Jill & Paul Zarins eds.

(American Society of International Law Washington D.C., 1. It was produced by the Oxford Law Faculty in consultation with leading academic law publishers and serves as the style guide for the Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal, as well as for theses written in the Law Faculty.

It is the closest that the UK has to what in the US is known as the Blue ://?g=&p=By Lyonette Louis-Jacques, Published on 01/01/ Recommended Citation. Lyonette Louis-Jacques, "Lists, Newsgroups, and Other Networks," in ASIL Guide to Electronic Resources for International Law, Marci Hoffman & Jill eds.

(American Society of International Law, ).Additional Recommended Resources. ASIL Electronic Research Guide: International Humanitarian Law An exhaustive (65 pages) compilation of electronic resources in humanitarian law covering current and historical sources, primary law, and the most important organizations and courts dealing with ://