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This page provides starting points for information relevant to your journal and covers the following topics:

  • Emory Law Subject Guides 
  • Electronic Resources
  • Choosing a Topic
  • Citation Assistance
  • Where to find PDF versions of documents

As always, if you need additional assistance, please request a Student Consult and we will be glad to help.  

(A special thank you to Amy Flick, our Foreign, Comparative and International Law Librarian, for her assistance in compiling this information.)


Electronic Resources

Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Law This work represents a new edition of the Encyclopedia of Public International Law that was published between 1991 and 2001 under Professor Dr. Rudolf Bernhardt. It will be steadily expanded until all of its nearly 1700 articles are made available by 2010. Upon its completion, the MPEPIL will be an updated, comprehensive work covering the central and essential topics in international law. 

ASIL Benchbook on International Law 

Foreign Law Guide:  Contains primary and secondary sources of foreign law for more than 170 jurisdictions, including major nations, crown colonies, semi-independent states and supra-national regional organizations.


Choosing a Topic

American Society of International Law blogs

Global Legal Monitor (Law Library of Congress): Includes legal news by topic or jurisdiction

Peace Palace Library International Law News

International Law Update

Bloomberg BNA resources, including:

  • International Trade Reporter
  • International Environment Reporter
  • World Intellectual Property Report
  • World Securities Law Report
  • International Tax Monitor

Citation Assistance

Raistrick’s Index to Legal Citations & Abbreviations (British, with more UK and European citations than the Bluebook): Found at the Service Desk - Reference collection

NYU Guide to Foreign and International Legal Citations: Found at the Service Desk - Reference collection

University of Minnesota Frequently-Cited Treaties guide

Oxford Law Citator (Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Law and Oxford Law Reports): Mouse over or click on linked document names to retrieve a full citation


Where to Find PDFs

Hein Online collections with documents in PDF include:

  • US Treaties
  • UN Treaties
  • International Court of Justice
  • European Court of Justice Reports
  • Canadian materials

United Nations Documents

Official Journal of the European Union

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