Status of the WTO AgreementsCiting the WTO agreementsAdditional sources of the WTO agreements & other trade agreements
GATT and early WTO documents, 1940-2000WTO documents, 1995-present
Rules, procedure, process, etc.Find disputes by topic, article number, etc.Citing the dispute decisionsDocuments from dispute settlements (submissions)Selected books about dispute settlement
Citing official U.S. sourcesU.S. government websites, etc.U.S. legislative history
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WTO/GATT Research   Tags: foreign & international law, international law  

This guide presents the essential sources for researching the former GATT and the current system under the Uruguay Round agreements and the World Trade Organization. NOTE: Main tabs list general sources that might not be repeated in the dropdown tabs.
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If your Article Finder results do not provide a link to the full text of an article, then do a search for the title of the journal, law review, newspaper or other periodical (not the article title) using the form below. The results of a Journal Title search include online journals via the Law Library (including Westlaw & Lexis Advance)  and the NYU Bobst Library and print and microform journals in the Law Library. If your journal does not appear in the results, search Bobcat to find out if the journal is in print or microform at the NYU Bobst Library.

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    ILLIAD: Interlibrary Loan

    NYU Law faculty and students may place interlibrary loan requests for material not owned or available through NYU Law Library or Bobst Library.


    FINDING ARTICLES by topic, author, date, etc.

    Article Finders are indexes and full-text journal databases that you can search by keywords, subjects, author names, dates, etc. Westlaw, LexisAdvance, Bloomberg Law, and HeinOnline have searchable journals and law reviews, but for more PDFs, more journals, including more non-law journals, and more years of the journals, you should also use relevant Article Finders available via JULIUS.

    The Article Finders listed below are useful for foreign, comparative and international law topics. Depending upon your topic, you may want to search additional Article Finders, Interdisciplinary databases and relevant databases in topics besides law available through the NYU Bobst Library



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