Bluebook treaty sourcesTreaty status and citations. Find by subjects, countries, etc.United Nations CharterUnited Nations & League of Nations treatiesAdditional Multilateral, IGO & special subject treaty sourcesIf the U.S. is a partyBilateral treatiesCommentaries & travaux préparatoires (drafting history)Soft law
BITS: Bilateral investment treatiesICSID, UNCITRAL, NAFTAInternational investment cases & awards
The practice of international law by other statesU.S. practice of international law
Documents, legislation & cases, generallySelected country reports and booksUN human rights websites & search enginesUN Human Rights Council, Commission & CommitteeHuman rights sources for AfricaEuropean Union: Charter of Fundamental RightsCouncil of Europe: European Convention on Human RightsInter-American Court & Commission
I.C.J. and P.C.I.J.U.S. cases on international law
Official treaty sourcesUnofficial treaty sourcesTreaties in Force: Treaty status & citations. Find by subjects, countries, etc.Updating Treaties in Force. Find by subjects, countries, etc.Presidential statements, proclamations, etc. regarding treaties
Agreements, documents, legislation, & case law
Nuremberg TrialsICC International Criminal CourtICTY International Criminal Tribunal for the Former YugoslaviaICTR International Criminal Tribunal for RwandaSpecial Court for Sierra Leone
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International Law Research   Tags: foreign & international law, international law  

This guide lists essential print and online sources for researching international law and selected topics of international law. NOTE: Main tabs list important general sources that might not be repeated in the dropdown tabs.
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Databases

This guide provides links to a variety of databases, several of which are limited to NYU Law faculty and students. Information for NYU Law students and faculty on obtaining passwords for Westlaw, Lexis Advance and Bloomberg is available here

      
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