Try the following sources to find the full text. Having the name of a treaty, or citation to it, is very helpful. To find the name or citation, try the sources on the "Finding Treaty Citations, Status & Other Information" section of this guide.
Web sites that have (or link to) the full text of multilateral treaties include the following. Some also cover selected bilateral treaties.
Of these three print sources, two — the United Nations Treaty Series and the League of Nations Treaty Series — are also available to the USF community in digital form via HeinOnline's United Nations Law Collection.
No one comprehensive free web source exists for U.S. treaties. Commercial sources such HeinOnline, Westlaw, and Lexis provide the best coverage.
Major non-digital sources for United States treaties at the Zief Law Library include the following. All of these are also available online to the USF community through HeinOnline's Treaties and Agreements Library.
Some important topical collections of treaties include:
Some regional treaty collections (or portions of those collections) are now available on the web. These collections include the following:
Some national treaty collections (or portions of those collections) are also available on the web. These collections include the following: