There are a number of places to read the GATT and WTO dispute panel and appellate body reports. The paragraph numbers in the reports remain consistent regardless of the source you are using. A neutral citation to a paragraph number, such as the example in Rule 21.11(a) of the Bluebook, will be helpful to a researcher who is reading from a different source than the one you are citing.
"Official" and frequently cited sources
I. BISD if therein.* See Official documents for more information about BISD.
Tip: First search BISD in LexisNexis Intl Law>Treaties & Intl Agreements before consulting the hardcopy volumes shelved at: 1995-current: B1 K4602 .G46 pre-1995: Compact Shelves NYUL KE G35 C65 B2
*The new WTO series of BISD (1995-) does not contain dispute settlement reports and refers researchers instead to the...
Dispute Settlement Reports co-published by the WTO and Cambridge University Press (Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, 2000-). Coverage starts with 1996. These are the only authorized paginated reporter in English. According to the Introduction to the WTO Analytical Index: Guide to WTO Law and Practice, 2d ed., at 2, these Cambridge texts are "WTO-approved versions" of the reports. They are shelved at: B1 K4600 .A53 W67x
- To find reports chronologically, by country or by subject, go to Trade Topics>Dispute Settlement>The disputes.
- To search them by keywords, etc., go to Documents>Search for documents.
III. I.L.M. International Legal Materials, American Society of International Law, 1962-. Searchable via this link in HeinOnline. Be sure that the agreement you need to cite is actually reproduced in the source you are citing. See 33 I.L.M. 1141-42 for a list of the agreements reproduced in that volume. Compact Shelves JX 27 A5 I5. Also searchable in WESTLAW (ILM), vol.19, 1980-.