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Law: International Law

The library guide for Cambridge University's Squire Law Library.

International law print collection

Our international law material is held on the third floor and all start with the classmark F.

The encyclopaedia start in stack 5 on the third floor, the journals in stack 12 and the textbooks start in stack 16.

We have a comprehensive collection of texts including key titles such as Dixon's Textbook on International Law, Brownlie's Principles of Public International Law, Shaw's International Law and Klabbers' International Law. Our serials holdings include the British Yearbook of International Law and the International Law Reports.

Legal Research Librarian - Foreign, Comparative and International Law

International Law Reports

Recommended resources

Oxford International Organizations database of annotated documents pertaining to the law of international organizations. 

Jus Mundi - covers over 16,000 international law and investor-state arbitration documents, including treaties, ICJ, PCIJ, PCA, ITLOS, ICSID and other arbitration institutions, UNCITRAL, IUSCT documents (judgments, arbitral awards, orders, pleadings, etc.), and decisions of the Mixed Claims Commissions.

Cambridge Guide to International Law

For a comprehensive guide to international law resources consult the:

Cambridge Companion to International Law: Guide to Electronic Sources of Law 

written by the Squire Law Library's former Foreign and International Law Librarian, Lesley Dingle.

UN Archive

The UN Archives Geneva platform gives access to the fonds and collections managed by the United Nations Library and Archives in Geneva, including the archives of the United Nations in Geneva, the League of Nations (1919-1946), international peace movements (from 1870), and private papers.

It offers the possibility to search both the description of files or archival documents and in the full text of archival documents that have been digitized.

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