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ECOLEX
A Gateway to Environmental Law and an initiative to provide global access to information on environmental law. ECOLEX is a joint project of the United Nations Environment Programme (http://www.unep.org/) and IUCN-The World Conservation Union, Environmental Law Programme (http://www.iucn.org/themes/law/) with some initial funding from the Government of the Netherlands.
www.ecolex.org

FAOLEX
FAOLEX indexes "national legislation and international agreements concerning food and agriculture (including fisheries, forestry and water)".
http://faolex.fao.org/

FindLaw Legal Subject Index
FindLaw Library Subject Outline - documents, briefs, articles & books
www.findlaw.com/01topics/index.html

The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy
The following links have been carefully evaluated to aid students, professors, researchers and others as they approach their international law-related studies. You will discover that many of these sites serve as gateways to other, more specialized topics in your field of interest, and often contain their own search engines to facilitate your research needs. Many of the sites listed here offer free access to full-text materials: news and articles, reports, treaties, official documents, statistical data and much, much more.
www.fletcher.tufts.edu/inter_resources/#International Law

INTERIGHTS
The International Centre for the Legal Protection of Human Rights, was established in 1982 to provide leadership in the development of legal protection for human rights and freedoms through the effective use of international and comparative human rights law. They work to help judges, lawyers, practitioners, non- governmental organisations and victims with the practical application of international and comparative human rights law in national, regional and international courts and tribunals.
www.interights.org

International Court of Justice
The International Court of Justice (ICJ), which has its seat in The Hague, is the principal judicial organ of the United Nations. www.icj-cij.org

International Courts
This site contains an International Courts Newsletter, a Calendar, and a list of International Court Links.
http://www.worldcourts.com/

International Human Rights Resources on the Web
Topical Survey, Kresge Law Library, University of Notre Dame Law School
www.nd.edu/~lawlib/research/guide_humanrts.html

International Law Update
A monthly report on public and private international legal developments Researched and written by Professor John R. Schmertz, Jr., Georgetown University Law Center, and Mike Meier, Esq.
www.internationallawupdate.com

International Website Appendix
The proliferation of web sites has served as a very useful resource for teaching, taking, and researching courses in an array of disciplines including International Law and International Relations. This collection is alphabetically arranged by subject area. It is updated frequently.
home.att.net/~slomansonb/intlweb.html

Legal Information Institute
The LII's "Law About" pages provide brief summaries of law topics with links to key primary source material, other Internet resources, and useful offnet references. They can be accessed through: the following set of broad topic categories (scroll down), through an alphabetical listing of topics, and through a searchable index.
www.law.cornell.edu/topical.html

Lex Mercatoria(Commercial Law Index)
an ( international | transnational ) commercial law & e-commerce infrastructure monitor
www.jus.uio.no/lm/toc.html#x.subject

LLRX
LLRX.com is a unique Web journal, continuously published since 1996, with a special focus on a range of research and technology-related issues for legal professionals.
www.llrx.com

Max Planck Institute
This collection of links to internet sites follows the outline of the bibliography Public International Law, published by the Institute. It is to serve the international law community by providing users with a broad range of information on particular topics available on the internet. Entries contain documents, particularly treaties and UN GA resolutions, materials of international organizations, of governmental agencies, and of independent organizations, and academic and scientific resources of interest.
www.Virtual-institute.de/en/link/eeinf.cfm

Oceana Publications
Since 1948 Oceana has been the premier publisher of essential international legal information specifically designed for law librarians, practicing attorneys, business executives, academicians, and researchers worldwide
www.oceanalaw.com

Overview International Law
This collection of links to internet sites follows the outline of the bibliography Public International Law, published by the Institute.
www.Virtual-institute.de/en/LINK/ePILVR.cfm

Public International Law (Francis Auburn)
These Public International Law Pages assemble a Collection of WWW links related to International Law Topics. The Aim is to present as Many Major and Topical Sources of International Law Resources of Relevance on the Web as possible.
www.law.ecel.uwa.edu.au/intlaw/

Public International Law
A current bibliography of Books and Articles, created by Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law.
link.springer-ny.com/link/service/journals/00260/index.htm

Research Guide to International Law on the Internet
www.lib.uchicago.edu/~llou/forintlaw.html#guides


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