Written by Gabriela Femenia, Foreign and International Law Librarian
Looking for decisions of international tribunals, or interested in the application of international law in a foreign country’s courts? This kind of research can be challenging, since there is no consolidated database of all such case law, and when these decisions are published, they normally lack the headnotes and other editorial content American lawyers and law students are used to relying on.
- Oxford Reports on International Law in Domestic Courts, containing international law as applied in the domestic courts of 70 jurisdictions
- Oxford Reports on International Criminal Law, covering decisions of the International Criminal Court, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, and the Special Court for Sierra Leone, as well as post-WWII military tribunals
- Oxford Reports on International Human Rights Law, comprising international decisions on human rights from a variety of global and regional courts, including European Court of Human Rights, the Inter-American human rights bodies, and UN human rights bodies
- Oxford Reports on International Investment Claims, highlighting investor-state dispute awards, decisions, and determinations from leading arbitral bodies such as the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), ICC International Court of Arbitration, the Permanent Court of Arbitration, and the London Court of International Arbitration
- Oxford Reports on International Courts of General Jurisdiction, compiling rulings of the International Court of Justice, Permanent Court of International Justice, International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, and the Permanent Court of Arbitration