A new year and new law resourcesPosted: March 1, 2017
No doubt you are familiar with the multitude of law resources offered by Griffith University Library.
From major law databases (like LexisNexis and Westlaw) to helpful online guides (such as Finding Cases, Finding Second Reading Speeches and How to search law databases), there is a law resource for your every need.
But we’ve recently added to our online legal collection. Here’s a selection of new resources:
1. Brill Online Books and Journals
If you have an interest in human rights, humanitarian law or international law, Brill Online is for you. There are two eBook collections available, Human Rights & Humanitarian Law and International Law.
Check out recent eBooks, such as: Contemporary Issues Facing the International Criminal Court, The Impact of International Organizations on International Law and Prosecuting Human Rights Offences. All titles are from the last two years.
2. Oxford Scholarly Authorities on International Law
Are you studying, researching or teaching public international law?
Oxford Scholarly Authorities on International Law contains full-text online editions of market-leading reference works and treatises published by Oxford University Press, such as Oppenheim, and the Oxford Commentaries on International Law.
Browse resources on international criminal law, theory of international law, history of international law, and more.
3. Hague Academy Collected Courses Online
The Hague Academy of International Law is a center for high-level education in public and private international law.
Academics, practitioners, diplomats, and other leading experts from all over the world deliver courses to an international audience in English or French.
These courses are published in Collected Courses, and deal with the theoretical and practical aspects of international law, including legislation and case law.