United Nations Databases and Web Sites for Legal Research and Education

United Nations Databases and Web Sites for Legal Research and Education

Steven Robert Miller   (Indian Univ. Law Library)

Res Gestae, The Journal of the Indiana State Bar Association

Vol.54 # 3 , pp.12-20 (October 2010)

Nice article providing an introduction to major UN databases, such as UNTS, UN-I-QUE, and the UN AudioVisual Library of International Law,  ASIL’s ILEX database of U.S. cases, and IALS’s FLARE index of Treaties.  All web sites are free.

Hat tip to Paul

Quick-Start Guide to International Legal Research

The American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) monthly publication AALL Spectrum has an excellent “quick-start” guide to international legal research — including a convenient list of online and hard-copy resources in this month’s issue (vol. 13, no. 13, Dec. 2008):

The Wide World of Laws: A Quick-Start Guide to International Legal Research

by Christopher C. Dykes, Reference/Research Librarian
University of Houston Law Center John O’Quinn Law Library