Description international legal materials ilm is a publication of the american society of international law that reproduces primary international legal documents reflecting the broad scope and evolution of international lawilm serves as a widely recognized archive of international law documents for a diverse global community of legal scholars government officials private practitioners . The key resources described here are a mixture of online subscription resources and freely available resources the subscription resources include lexislibrary westlaw and heinonline and in other parts of this page we link to pages in practical lawif you find yourself in a situation where you do not have access to subscription online resources for international materials we have included . Locating key foreign international law sources a foray into foreign and international law research can be confounding even if you are an experienced researcher in american law in some respects your experience which has shaped your expectations about the content form and indexing of legal materials works to your detriment. This site includes sections on foreign international and comparative law the section devoted to international law includes detailed research guides on international organizations such as the european union and international law topics such as human trafficking all guides include links to online sources where appropriate. The research library contains links to other web based resources providing international law related materials the library is divided into four components resources relating to treaties materials concerning the jurisprudence of international courts and tribunals access to selected un publications and repositories and selected scholarly writings in international law
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