Includes international arbitration news, daily news briefings, annual reports and surveys, and in-depth features on international arbitration around the world; contains the GAR 100 guide to specialist international arbitration firms worldwide, practitioner know-how on commercial arbitration, construction arbitration, investment treaty arbitration, litigation, and maritime & offshore arbitration, and three annual reviews: The Arbitration Review of the Americas, The Asia-Pacific Arbitration Review, and The European, Middle Eastern and African Arbitration Review.
Brill database that includes "updated summaries of 300+ WTO/GATT panel, Appellate body, or arbitrator reports" and "indexes cross-referencing the reports by key word, article, country, subject, panelist, member, and more".
ICSID Reports (v.1 (1993)-present) - reports of cases decided under the International Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of Other States, 1965; investor-state arbitration/international arbitration decisions online via the Cambridge Law Reports platform).
Cambridge Law Reports offers fast and easy access to key reports, including the content of the leading International Law Reports series. The database provides users with extensive search options and a unique browse feature to quickly find required content using variables such as keyword, the parties involved, judge's name, court or year of case. The database also includes a personal folder for saving key cases and searches, enabling users to go straight to the relevant information. Customisable alerts provide updates as and when new content is added in specific areas of interest.
A research tool in the area of investment treaty arbitration. ISLG contains rules, conventions, bilateral investment treaties, free trade agreements (including NAFTA), and arbitration decisions, all of which are cross-referenced.
Investment Claims aims to publish all publicly available awards and decisions arising out of international investment arbitrations and related enforcement or review decisions from national courts. The collection includes over 300 arbitral awards, decisions, and determinations under the auspices of bodies such as the ICC International Court of Arbitration, International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), and others.
The Encyclopedia is the definitive reference work on international economic law. This comprehensive resource helps redefine the field by presenting international economic law in its broadest, real-world context.
WorldTradeLaw.net provides searchable full text of GATT/WTO Panel and Appellate Body reports; WTO arbitration awards and decisions; Uruguay Round agreements; Tokyo Round agreements; Doha decisions/decla-rations; NAFTA Chapter 20 Panel reports; NAFTA and related legal instruments; Dispute settlement commentaries (DSCs) for awards and decision, and primary source documents related to international trade law.
Includes American State Trials, Thomas Howell's State Trials, trials of major war criminals, Nuremberg war crimes trials, famous cases, Sacco and Vanzetti, Leopold and Loeb, Causes Celebres, and remarkable trials of all countries.
The "International Law and Organizations" Collection includes British & Foreign State Papers (1812-1968), international arbitrations, claims commissions, arbitral conventions, and historical international law treatises (1800-1933).
LLMC is a non-profit cooperative serving member libraries' needs for preservation, space recovery, and collection development on film and online. In its first 27 years of operation, it filmed over 7,500 titles, some 90,000 volumes, of interest to researchers in law and history. Its backfile comprises the world's largest collection of legal literature and government documents in microform. That backfile, and future filming of some 10,000 volumes per year, are being made available for online access on this website.
The Encyclopedia is a six-volume illustrated (B&W photos) interdisciplinary reference work with about 1000 articles on these and many other history of law topics. Picture of 6 volumes of the Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal HistoryThe Encyclopedia specifically covers eight areas of scholarly research interest: ancient Greek law; ancient Roman law; Chinese law; English common law; Islamic law; medieval and post-medieval Roman law; South Asian, African, and Latin American law; and United States law. And, within each area, these major categories of lawcontracts, torts, civil procedure, criminal law, administrative law, and constitutional law.
In order to keep up-to-date on conflict-related matters around the world, the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) has produced The Armed Conflict Database. It is a project that aims to provide an interactive and user-friendly source of information on armed conflicts worldwide.
As with the IISS Chart of Armed Conflict, the database seeks to cover international and internal conflicts, as well as terrorism. It provides an interactive and user-friendly source of information on 70 armed conflicts including terrorism, refugees/ and returnees, Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), weapons used, fatalities, historical backgrounds, annual updates and timelines.
With the ACD, users can generate reports and download data as well as browse through year-by-year analyses and fact sheets online. The IISS has attempted to make the Database as straightforward and user-friendly as possible. However, in order to maximise the capabilities of the Database, we advise users to read through this brief introduction on the content and navigation. For more information on definitions, go to the section Definitions, which you find on the front page.
More than 1.7 million data points. Unique domestic conflict event data for every country include: Assassinations, General Strikes, Guerrilla Warfare, Major Government Crises, Purges, Riots, Revolutions, and Anti-government Demonstrations.
"Fully searchable online database of more than 1000 judgments, constitutions and international instruments on the intersection between health and human rights." Produced by the Lawyers Collective and the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown Law.
Human Rights Studies Online is a research and learning database providing comparative documentation, analysis, and interpretation of major human rights violations and atrocity crimes worldwide from 1900 to 2010. The collection includes primary and secondary materials across multiple media formats and content types for each selected event, including Armenia, the Holocaust, Cambodia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Rwanda, Darfur, and more than thirty additional subjects.