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Public International Law Research - A Brief Guide
Basic tools for research in public international law for USF law school students writing papers for classes or participating in international law moot court competitions.
Designed "to teach students research strategies and methodology for researching both print and electronic sources of international legal materials." A collaborative project between Duke University School of Law and University of California, Berkeley, School of Law
Narrative guides covering a variety of topics in public and private internationals law. This guide 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." From the American Society of International Law.
Describes and links to free and fee-based databases dealing with various aspects of international law. (Some of the fee-based databases are for NYU faculty and students. Check with your own law library — the Zief Law Library for USF faculty and students — to see if a database is available to you.)
Multiple guides covering: public international law;international criminal law; settlement of international disputes; international relations; war, peace & security; and private international law. From the experts at the prestigious Peace Palace Library.