Monday, August 29, 2005

Citations for Frequently Cited Treaties

The University of Minnesota Law Library has provided a very useful list of frequently cited treaties and other international agreements as "an aid to law review citation-checking." In addition to the full citation, the list also provides available sources of hard copy for each treaty and, "wherever possible, the entries are linked to the EISIL database of the American Society of International Law. EISIL provides additional citation information, explanatory material, and a link to the text of the treaty."

The list is divided by the following topics: general international law, trade & economic law, human rights law, criminal law, environmental law, intellectual property, european union, and abbreviations & sources.

SOURCE: beSpacific

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