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.
Last Updated: Nov 7, 2017
These guides identify more sources for research and provide links to many U.S. government websites, websites for trade law generally and web resources for other regional arrangements such as the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA), Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA), MERCOSUR, the Organization of American States (OAS), and the WTO.
- UPDATE: Basic Info and Online Sources for NAFTA and CAFTA Research
This excellent guide is written by Francisco Avalos and Maureen Garmon.
- UPDATE: International Arbitration Between Foreign Investors and Host States (Investor-State Arbitration), GlobaLex
By Hernando Otero and Omar García-Bolívar.
- ASIL Guide to Electronic Sources for International Law, American Society of International Law
International Economic Law, Private International Law, International Commercial Arbitration, International Intellectual Property Law, and other topics.
- International Trade Law Research Guide, Georgetown Law Library
- International Trade Law Guide, Arthur W. Diamond Law Library, Columbia University
By Karin Johnsrud, maintained by Dana Neacsu.
- Researching International Trade Law, UC Berkeley Law Library.
By Marci Hoffman.
- Viegas, Michelle S., "The Development of the Free Trade Area of the Americas: A Guide For Legal Research," 33 Intl J. Legal Info. 11 (2005).
- WTO/GATT Research
NYU Law Library.
- "How to Methodically Research WTO Law Using TradeLawGuide's Research Tools," WorldTradeLaw.net
- International Law: General Sources, NYU Law Library