- American Society of International Law
American Society of International Law’s homepage provides information on the activities of the organization. It also has an excellent index and abstract of International and Foreign Law index sites.
- Australasian Legal Information Institute
Australasian Legal Information Institute’s Index site is organized similar to Findlaw and focuses primarily on legal materials from Asian and Pacific countries. Can be accessed by country or subject area.
- Avalon Project
Yale’s Avalon Project is an attempt to create a digital document retrieval cite for primary source material relevant to law, history, economics, politics; diplomacy and government. The documents are arranged primarily by date and then by subject or title within the time period. The documents include hypertext links to other documents within the site.
- Canadian Legal Information Institute
The Canadian Legal Information Institute (CanLII) is a not-for-profit organization initiated by the Federation of Law Societies of Canada. CanLII’s goal is to make primary sources of Canadian law accessible for free on the Internet.
- Cardiff Index to Legal Abbreviations
Cardiff University maintains this web-based service to help users search for the meaning of abbreviations for English language legal publications, as well as major foreign language law publications. The service may be searched by both abbreviation to title and from title to abbreviation
The Coombsweb is sponsored by the Australian National University and includes information on the following Pacific area nations: Indonesia, Tibet, Papua New Guinea and Vietnam. It also provides links to a number of related websites.
- Council of Europe
Official homepage of the Council of Europe, includes the history and an explanation or the organization. Also includes copies of its treaties and agreements. Has official press releases and newsletters from its various organs.
- Country Studies Handbooks
The Library of Congress’ Federal Research Division’s Country Studies/Area Handbooks are available full text. Each study can be keyword searched. Information is as current as the publication date of the paper copy.
- Fourth World Documentation Project
Center for Indigenous Studies sponsors this site titled Fourth World Documentation Project. It focuses on the rights and activities of local indigenous peoples around the world. The material is organized in several ways: broad geographic divisions; organizations, UN documents, and Treaties and Agreements. The material is generally available in downloadable format.
- Guide to Foreign and International Law Legal Databases
NYU Law School’s comprehensive Foreign and International Law site. Arranged by Subject and Jurisdiction.
- Guide to International Trade Law Sources on the Internet
Marci Hoffman’s Guide to International Trade Sources on the Internet is a comprehensive site with links to a wide variety of trade related material.
- Hiero Gamos
Hiero Gamos is an index site with links to foreign states governmental bodies, laws available on a wide variety of topics. Links are available to law schools, firms, legal associations and discussion groups for each nation. Published by Lex Mundi.
- Inter-American Human Rights Database
Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law Database includes information from and about the Inter-American Court of HR. Annual rpts (1970 — ), case decisions and center publications are available full text.
- International Court of Arbitration
International Chamber of Commerce’s International Court of Arbitration’s homepage includes: rules of court; sample standard clauses for forms of arbritration; and arbitration and conciliation kits. It does not include any decisions.
- International Court of Justice
Official Homepage of ICJ it includes an extensive collection of materials: Charter, Statute of the Court; searchable database of Decisions; current Docket; Press releases and general.
- International Law Commission
Offical homepage for the International Law Commission it includes: annual reports, yearbooks, documents 1998- , sponsored actions (laws, agreements & conventions), guides to their work and activities.
- Legal Information Institute
Legal Information Institute from Cornell Law School. Provides a selective list of Internet addresses intended as a starting point for foreign and international research. Includes ICJ decisions, GATT & UN materials. Can be accessed by topic, geographic region or organization.
- LLRX International Law Guides
- National Constitutions
This site maintained by the Constitutional Society has downloadable copies of numerous countries national constitutions, most with English translations available. Their homepage links to other material from this ultra right wing organization.
- Organization of American States
The OAS hompage includes Full Text versions of many OAS Resolutions, Directives, General Assembly Documents,etc. Also contains the OPAC for the OAS Library.
- Russian and Eastern European Studies Resources
A comprehensive index to electronic resources on the Balkans, Baltic States, Caucasus, Central Asia & Europe, CIS, Eastern Europe, NIS, Russian Federation and the former Soviet Union. Includes both primary and secondary materials searchable by language, country or subject matter.
The State and Civil Liberties in the EU. This boolean searchable database of over 24K documents monitors: prisons, immigration, racism & fascism, activities of the European Court of Human Rights and other related topics.
- Terrorism Research Center
This site, sponsored by the Terrorism Research Center, tracks terrorism, counter terrorism and international crime. It includes full text reports, essays, governmental documents (US and foreign), group profiles and related information. It includes links to other related sites.
- World Trade Organization
Homepage for the WTO, it provides information on trade topics, including the status and documents related to dispute settlement under its auspices. Material is available in full text downloadable format.