A large collection of links to international law materials on the internet, compiled by William Slomanson, Professor of Law at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, California. Links are classified and arranged alphabetically under an extensive topics index. The site constitutes an appendix to the author's book, Fundamental Perspectives on International Law, 5th ed., Thomson, 2006. As well as the links, it provides the table of contents from the book and updates to the text.
An extensive collection of structured links to world legal information resources on the internet, maintained by Lexadin, the legal technology service based in the Netherlands. The guide offers thousands of links to legal sites in more than 40 countries. The links are organised under the following headings, and subdivided by country: law firms, legislation, law schools, courts and cases, articles and organisations. The site offers users the option to suggest other useful resources under its "add a site" button.
The Revenue Law Journal (ISSN 1034-7747) is a refereed tax journal with an international focus, established in 1989 by Bond University School of Law, Queensland, Australia. One volume is published each year. The journal is aimed at practitioners, academics and law student. Published articles examine tax matters both in Australia and other individual countries and jurisdictions. The entire series is available free on the web, in Bond University's open access e-repository; articles can be downloaded in pdf format.
Workpermit.com is a business specialising in immigration advice and consultancy services since 1988. The website provides access to an organised collection of documents and web links dealing with immigration and nationality law. There is free information dealing with immigration rules, visas and work permits for a range of jurisdictions, particularly UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Netherlands, Belgium and Italy. Immigration news and vidoes are also given along with guidance aimed at employers and employees.
Web pages for the print journal, Brooklyn Journal of International Law (ISSN 0740-4824, which is published three times a year by students at the Brooklyn Law School, New York, USA. The editors aim to produce a scholarly publication devoted to various developments in the expanding field of international law, with articles covering topics of interest to academic lawyers and practitioners. Articles consider both general international legal matters and legal issues in individual jurisdictions. The print journal was established in 1975.
The Guide to Law Online, developed by the Law Library of Congress in the US, is a global directory of websites concerned with law and government. It focuses on sites of interest to legal researchers and provides links and some annotations. The guide is arranged by jurisdiction under four main headings: International, US Federal, US States and Territories and Nations (of the world - Afghanistan to Zimbabwe).
The Foreign and International Law Web is produced by the Washburn University School of Law Library. It provides links to web-based foreign and international legal resources and research aids.
Free online newsletter produced by the American Society of International Law. ASIL Insights publishes pieces highlighting developments in international law, aiming to inform decision-makers, the legal profession and the public by means of short articles. The current issue is available together with an archive going back to 1996. It is possible to register on the website for free email delivery or and RSS feed.
Ko'aga Rone'eta is an online journal of human rights and humanitarian affairs, produced as a joint publication of Equipo Nizkor and Derechos Human Rights (Internet based human rights organisations). Ko'aga Rone'eta offers articles on human rights and humanitarian issues written by professionals and students of the field. Articles are organized by 9 main topics or series. Some documents are in English and others in Spanish. The journal aims to encourage thinking about human rights issues and promote human rights recognition worldwide.
Website for Tulane Law Review, a print journal founded in 1916 as the Southern Law Quarterly. The Review is published six times annually and is a student-run, student-edited legal periodical. Articles concentrate on civil law, comparative law and admiralty law, discussing a wide range of business, constitutional, environmental and maritime law matters from a US perspective. The Review has a sizeable international circulation and is one of few American law reviews on the select list of minimum holdings for law libraries in the United Kingdom.