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International and Comparative Law: General

Sources of international law


Research guides and organisation websites that provide information on public international law generally:

Asian Society of International Law (AsianSIL)
Society established to promote research, education and practice of international law by serving as a centre of activities among international law scholars and practitioners in Asia and elsewhere. Website provides useful links to international law resources.

DHL Research Guides
Various guides on international law, including UN documents and publications, maintained by the Dag Hammarskjöld Library. Include:

Resources and tools focusing on international, foreign and comparative law research. Published by the Hauser Global Law School Program, NYU School of Law.

IALS Library Guides: Public International Law
Introduction to legal research in public international law by Hester Swift, Foreign & International Law Librarian at the IALS Library.

Introduction to Public International Law Research
Research guide by Vicenç Feliú (Associate Dean for Library Services and Professor of Law at the Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law). Published on GlobaLex.

Law by Source: Global
The Legal Information Institute's (Cornell Law School) collection of Internet-accessible sources of constitutions, statutes, judicial opinions and related legal materials from around the globe. Cornell University Law School Library has also published a libguide on Foreign and International Law.

Peace Palace Library: Research Guides
Collection of research guides that introduce the researcher to the main topics of international law, both public and private. Prepared by Peace Palace Library Staff.

United Nations Library and Archives at Geneva : Research Guides
Guides on various international law topics published by the Library & Archives.

Research Librarian

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Su-Lin Lee
C J Koh Law Library
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Subjects: Law