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Subject and alphabetical list of ASLS Law Library's Online Legal Resources
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Foreign and International Law

  • Canada Supreme Court Reports  Icon
    Contains the official bilingual series published under authority of the Supreme Court Act. This collection includes nearly 10,000 cases which include background information, statutes and regulations, authors cited, analysis and the decision
  • Death Penalty Worldwide  Icon
    The database provides information on the laws and practices related to the application of the death penalty for every country in the world that retains capital punishment. Examines the legal framework in which the death penalty applies as well as a description of the way the death penalty is implemented in practice. The database also summarizes recent legal and political developments that shed light on each country’s debate on capital punishment.
  • EISIL (Electronic Information System for International Law)  Icon
    The American Society of International Law provides a free online database that organizes and provides links to, and useful information on, web resources from the full spectrum of international law. EISIL's subject-organized format and expert-provided content also enhances its potential as teaching tool.
  • English Reports  Icon
    English Reports delivers exact page images of the original bound reprint edition, containing more than 100,000 cases, together with the Indexes and Book of Charts. In addition, multiple navigation tools, such as a Case Locator, Chart Tool, and an Advanced Search feature enhance the ease of access to specific cases. Also included in this collection is the Statutes of the Realm (1235-1713), along with Pre-1865 Law Reports.
  • Eur-Lex  Icon
    Eur-Lex provides access to European Union Law
  • Europa  Icon
    EUROPA is the official portal site of the European Union (http://europa.eu). It provides up-to-date coverage of European Union affairs and essential information on European integration. Users can also consult all legislation currently in force or under discussion, access the websites of each of the EU institutions and find out about the policies administered by the European Union under the powers devolved to it by the Treaties.
  • European Centre for Minority Issues  Icon
    The ECMI conducts practice-oriented research, provides information and documentation, and offers advisory services concerning minority-majority relations in Europe. This library contains several publications of the ECMI, including ECMI Reports and Working Papers.
  • Globalex  Icon
    GlobaLex is an electronic legal publication dedicated to international and foreign law research. Published by the Hauser Global Law School Program at NYU School of Law,
    GlobaLex is committed to the dissemination of high-level international, foreign, and comparative law research tools.
  • Guide to Electronic Resources for International Law  Icon
    This electronic resource guide, often called the ERG, has been published online by ASIL since 1997. Since then it has been systematically updated and continuously expanded. The chapter format of the ERG is designed to be used by students, teachers, practitioners and researchers as a self-guided tour of relevant, quality, up-to-date online resources covering important areas of international law. The ERG also serves as a ready-made teaching tool at graduate and undergraduate levels.
  • International Court of Justice  Icon
    The ICJ is the main judicial organ of the United Nations. The ICJ Web site reproduces dockets, decisions, and other court publications. This Cornell mirror site also provides research guides and other important documents.
  • International Law Association Reports  Icon
    The International Law Association's objectives are the study, clarification and development of international law, both public and private, and the furtherance of international understanding and respect for international law. The International Law Association Reports of Conferences contain the International Committees' reports and a record of the discussions at the Conference working sessions, together with the adopted Resolutions.
  • International Legal Research Tutorial  
      
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    This tutorial is designed to teach students research strategies and methodology for researching both print and electronic sources of international legal materials. The tutorial includes review questions and a final review to give students an understanding of how these materials are organized, and to teach them how to locate international legal documents such as treaties, agreements and the documentation of international organizations.
  • Legal Information Institute (Cornell)  Icon
    The LII publishes free electronic versions of core materials in numerous areas of the law. They range from the Constitution to the U.S. Code, from Supreme Court decisions to the Code of Federal Regulations to state, foreign and international law and a legal encyclopedia.
  • Revised Statutes of Canada  Icon
    This HeinOnline collection provides complete coverage of all six revisions from the official printed volumes of the Revised Statutes of Canada in nearly 48,000 pages.
  • Statutes of the Realm  Icon
    The Statutes of the Realm is an authoritative collection of Acts of the Parliament of England from the earliest times to the Union of the Parliaments in 1707, and Acts of the Parliament of Great Britain passed up to the death of Queen Anne in 1714.
  • Treaties in Force  Icon  Icon
    Provides information on treaties and other international agreements by which the United States has become a party and which are carried on the records of the Department of State as being "in force" as of it's publication date.
  • Treaty Affairs  Icon  Icon
    The Office of Treaty Affairs is responsible for managing the U.S. treaty archives, reporting eligible agreements to Congress under the Case Act, publishing texts of U.S. international agreements in the TIAS series, compiling the annual Treaties in Force publication, and registering U.S. international agreements with the United Nations
  • U.S. Department of State  Icon  Icon
    The principal U.S. government repository for U.S. treaties and other international agreements.
  • U.S.Treaties and Agreements Library  Icon
    This HeinOnline library includes all U.S. treaties, whether currently in-force, expired, or not-yet officially published. This is the world's largest and most complete online collection of U.S. treaties and agreements and includes such prominent collections as the United States Treaties and Other International Agreements set (commonly referred to as the "Blue set"), as well as famous sets from Bevans, Miller, Malloy and others.
  • United Nations Treaty Collection  Icon
    Contains the texts of over 158,000 bilateral and multilateral treaties and subsequent treaty actions in their original language(s), along with a translation into English and French, as appropriate. From the main page, click on the Quick Links drop-down box and then select United Nations Treaty Series.
  • Washlaw Web  Icon
    WashLaw Web provides users with links to law-related state, federal and international/foreign materials on the Internet. All links on WashLaw Web are maintained by staff members of the Washburn University School of Law Library.
  • World Constitutions Illustrated  Icon
    This HeinOnline library enables legal scholars to research the constitutional and political development of every country in the world. It includes the current constitution for every country in its original language format and an English translation, as well as substantial constitutional histories for countries such as Australia, Brazil, China, France, Mexico, the United Kingdom, and many more. It also includes constitutional periodicals, thousands of classic books, other related works such as the World Fact Book, links to scholarly articles and online resources, and bibliographic references.
  • World Legal Information Institute  
      
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    The World Legal Information Institute (WorldLII) is a free, independent and non-profit global legal research facility developed collaboratively by many international Legal Information Institutes.
  • World Trials Library  
      
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    This Hein collection includes more than 3,500 trials including complete sets of American State Trials, Howell's State Trials, and the Nuremburg Trials. It also includes famous trials from Philadelphia's Jenkins Law Library, Cornell University, and the University of Missouri-Columbia's trials collections. It contains trial transcripts, critical court documents, and trial-related resources such as monographs which analyze and debate the decisions of famous trials, as well as biographies of many of the greatest trial lawyers in history. For Help go to Hein Online Help and Training
 
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