Links to current sources of codes and basic legislation in jurisdictions all over the world. Also provides background information on the history and legal system of the countries of the world, and discusses primary sources for each country.
Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law. (Over 1600 articles on international legal issues, with extensive links to related information.)
Oxford Reports on International Law. (Covers international law jurisprudence. Reported decisions have a headnote, the full text of the decision, and links to the Oxford Law Citator.)
Oxford Scholarly Authorities on International Law. (Full text of reference works and treatises on international law like Oppenheim, Oxford Handbooks, and Oxford Commentaries on International Law, as well as links to the Oxford Law Citator.)
Links include the Universal Human Rights Index, Treaty-based bodies database, UN Treaties Collection, and more. For a guide to UN websites, see the "United Nations Documentation" research guide at http://www.nyulawglobal.org/globalex/UN_Resources_Research_Tools1.html#_Toc419224043.
Overviews and lengthy descriptions of each source accompany citations to current, authoritative scholarship. Legal subjects are covered in Philosophy, Islamic Law, and Environmental Science, as well as International Law and Criminology. Highlights include a bibliography on Freedom of Expression.