Canadian International Law
The principal areas of international law are trade, treaties, intergovernmental organizations, commercial, human rights, war & peace, intellectual property, and litigation.
Canadian Council of International Law
Founded in 1972, the CCIL is an independent, non-partisan entity that seeks to promote the study and analysis of international legal issues by university scholars, government lawyers, practitioners and students.
NAFTA - North American Free Trade Agreement
Website of the European Union (EU).
United Nations Home Page
International Court of Justice
The International Court of Justice (ICJ), which has its seat in The Hague, is the principal judicial organ of the United Nations.
Guide to International Law on the Internet
This guide has been prepared by Massimo Magagni, Professor of International Law at the Political Science Faculty, Bologna University.
Research on International Law Issues Using the Internet
The primary emphasis of this, University of Chicago Law School, D'Angelo Law Library, site is on resources related to international trade law and human rights.
Maintained by the Government Publications Department of Northwestern University Library.
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