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  • ASIL Electronic Resource Guide
    ASIL Catalogue of International Law Internet resources. Consists of brief descriptions of fields of international law and their history; lists the most important international organizations in each field. Provides links to texts of conventions, law journals, other related sites.

  • Audiovisual Library of International Law
    Audiovisual Library of International Law is a free resource provided by the United Nations Office of Legal Affairs. The site has three collections- the Historic Archives, which include documents, video and audio recordings and photographs relating to the negotiation and adoption of significant legal instruments; the Lecture Series providing video lectures from leading international law scholars and practitioners, and the Research Library, which has links to other resources and documents on international law.

  • Basic info and online source of NAFTA and CAFTA research (North American Free Trade Agreement and United States-Dominican Republic-Central American Free Trade Agreement)
    Francisco A. Avalos's and Maureen Garmon's guide focuses on online sources for primary and secondary materials for NAFTA and CAFTA agreements.

  • Comite Maritime International
    Information on history and activities of the committee. Publications of documents and yearbooks. Jurisprudence on Maritime Conventions, information on status of ratification or maritime conventions, draft conventions and rules, links to the international and national maritime organizations.

  • Committee of the Regions
    European Committee of the Regions is the European Union's assembly of regional and local representatives. Its homepage provides information on the committee’s mission, structure, and tenders.

  • Council of Europe
    Official web site of the Council of Europe (COE). Information on the activities of the COE and the Committee of Ministers of the COE. News, press releases, newsletter. Access to official documents: resolutions, European conventions, recommendations, summits and conference materials, speeches, monitoring reports, Activities Reports. Links to the web sites of the Parliamentary Assembly, European Court of Human Rights and Commissioner for Human Rights. Information on the Secretary General, Congress of Local and Regional Authorities and OSCE. Catalogue of the Library of the COE, catalogue of the latest publications and journals. Sites to the web sites of journals. Latest projects of the COE. Human Rights documents, pages on equality of gender, national minorities, combating racism and torture prevention. Information on legal co-operation, Venice Commission, Group of States against corruption (GRECO), social cohesion, information on Youth groups, COE activities in the field of environment, education, culture and heritage, youth and sport. Information on the COE and NGOs. Information on the ratification and signatures of the conventions. A list of the member states to the COE and their permanent representatives. Informational materials (leaflets, brochures, educational materials). Prizes and competitions.

  • Council of Europe Treaty Office
    Information on the treaties and conventions of the Council of Europe (COE). Glossary of terms of international agreements. Full list of COE Treaties; states that have signed or ratified the treaties; recent changes to the treaties; list of declarations and reservations; explanatory reports. Information on new treaties.

  • EFTA Court
    Case law on interpretation of the Agreement on the European Economic Area with regard to the EFTA states, procedural rules of the court, information on decided cases (judgements) and pending cases. Search facilities.

  • Electronic Guide to Mexican Law
    Francisco Avalos and Elisa Donnadieu's guide includes an overview of Mexico's government and legal system, primary federal legislation, legislative sources, NAFTA, state governments, and many useful web links.

  • Electronic Information System for International Law (EISIL)
    Data base on international law, including international human rights, state and group of state rights, law of international organizations, environmental law, space, air and water law, economic law, transport and telecommunication law, settlement of disputes, armed conflict, criminal law and international private law. Contains links to primary documents, recommended web sites, and research guides, as well as other added information.

  • Europa. Gateway to European Union
    Information on the European Union (EU) and its institutions (European Parliament, the Ombudsman, European Council, Court of Justice, European Investment Bank, European Central Bank, European Commission). Information on activities in all EU fields of competence (agriculture, consumers, competition, justice and home affairs, enlargement, social affairs and employment, foreign and security policy, economic and monetary affairs, etc.), including the description of the field and relevant legislation (directives, regulations, recommendations). Glossary of EU terminology. Information on the history of the European Union and rights of EU citizens. Database of official documents of the European Union (EUR-Lex). Access to the monthly bulletin and General report of activities (annual).

  • European Commission
    Information on the activities of the European Commission and administrative reforms. Information on European Union policies, legislation and international treaties. List of Directorates-General and services. Information on the representations in the Member States and European Commission's international relations. Information about the enlargement, Treaty of Nice and Charter of Fundamental Rights. Database of official documents of the European Union and Member State rules on access. Catalogue of the European Commission library and links to other libraries on the Internet. Information on EU Citizenship.

  • European Union Law. An Integrated Guide to Electronic and Print Research
    Marylin J. Raisch's extensive guide includes: treaties establishing the European Union, legislation, case law, periodical literature and other sources, implementing legislation at the national level, the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, citation issues, and "a guide to the guides."

  • Guide to International Trade Law Sources on the Internet
    Guide by Marci Hoffman, covering research guides, bibliographies, and collections of links, international agreements (collections of international trade agreements and resources for the major multilateral trade agreements and the regional trading areas), selected international organizations, U.S. government resources, dispute settlement, country guides, statistics, commentary and analysis.

  • Guide to Researching the Council of Europe
    Anne Burnett's guide offers information on resources of major institutions of the Council of Europe and their maindocuments, selected Council of Europe entities, Conventions and web sites by major subject categories: animals, bioethics, cultural affairs, economic affairs and development, environment, human rights, social and public health.

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