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a survey of legal-information customers by Claudio Aspesi of Sanford C. Bernstein in January found that 61% of respondents had a subscription to Bloomberg Law, up from 36% the year before. And some respondents said Bloomberg Law was getting closer to offering a breadth of data needed to completely replace a subscription to Westlaw or rival Reed Elsevier’s Lexis-Nexis.
The 3rd and 4th [summer] Boulder Conferences on Legal Information 2011 and 2012 created the COACh [Context, Objectives, Activity & Checklists] template to function as a legal research-activity/lesson-planning framework.
The United Nations Regional Information Centre for Western Europe Backgrounders are a great resource for locating UN documents and sites covering international law topics and selected countries
These guides provide links to treaties, UN resolutions, UN press releases, UN reports and UN Web sites. Many thanks to the UNRIC Library staff for posting these useful guides online.
Backgrounders are available for the following countries:
Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
Backgrounders are available for the following topics:
Global Food Crisis
Human Rights Council
Millennium Development Goals
Participation of the European Union in the work of the United Nations
Protection of civilians in armed conflict
Responsibility to Protect (R2P)
asked a federal judge today to protect the free speech rights of an online archive of laws and legal standards after a wrongheaded copyright claim forced the removal of a document detailing important technical standards required by the federal government and several states.
There are 8 different articles, including the 1st one by Jochen von Bernstoff, which analyzes Georg Jellinek’s ideas on State sovereignty as well as his concept of ‘auto-limitations’ in the 20th century.
There are also 2 articles on the principles of international criminal law, and 3 articles on the impact of human rights on international and national developments.
Among these latter 3 is the article written by the winner of the annual Student Essay Competition, Roee Ariav, and an article that deals with the issue of so called ‘land grabbing’ in Sub-Saharan Africa, written by Semahagn Gashu Abebe.
GOJIL is an e-journal of legal scholarship focusing on International Law. It is the first German international law journal published exclusively in English and is run by students from the University of Goettingen.