WorldCat is an online library catalogue covering the print and electronic collections of about 10,000 libraries, including national, academic, special and public libraries. Although it has contributing libraries from all over the world, the majority are based in the US or Europe. WorldCat has basic and advanced search facilities and it covers book, serials and other material on all subjects. Search results can be sorted and filtered, and WorldCat will tell you if a particular item is held in a nearby library.
A database giving details of nearly 2,000 selected legal technology companies from around the world. It can be searched, or browsed by the following categories: fields of analytics, compliance, document automation, legal education, legal research, the marketplace, online dispute resolution, practice management and e-discovery; each record is tagged with more specific terms. LegalTechList is provided by CodeX, the Stanford Center for Legal Informatics, at Stanford University in the United States.
The Indigo Book is an open-access legal citation manual that uses the same citation system as the well-known Bluebook. It is an open access resource, provided by a team of students from New York University led by Professor Christopher Jon Sprigman; it was last updated in 2016.
Brief guide to international arbitrations between foreign investors and host states compiled by Hernando Otero who is an international investment, arbitration and mediation attorney. The guide was updated in 2022 on the Globalex website, hosted by the Hauser Global Law School Program at the New York University School of Law.
This page on the Law.com International website provides legal news relating to the conflict in Ukraine. The site is monitoring the impact Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the ensuing sanctions have had on the legal industry providing news, expert analysis, features and opinion pieces. Content covers the response of law firms to the crisis, the issues faced by firms who have been working in Russia and the pro bono and humanitarian efforts being undertaken by the industry. Law.com International is a legal news site aimed at international lawyers.
The South Sudan Peace Process Archive is a project of the United States Institute of Peace (USIP). The project focuses on the negotiations of 2013 – 2015 that attempted to end the conflict that began in South Sudan in late 2013. An overview and interactive timeline of the conflict and peace process is given on the site. The archive includes agreements, statements, progress reports, draft proposals, correspondence and other relevant documents which can be searched by date, author, type or keyword. A link to USIP’s other work on peace processes is also given.
Official website of the United States Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) which forms part of the US Department of Justice.
Online guide to the following trading alliances in South East Asia: Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC); Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN); Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP); Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP).
The Truth Commission Digital Collection forms part of the Margarita S. Studemeister Digital Library in International Conflict Management at the United States Institute of Peace. There are profiles of truth commissions and commissions of inquiry set up in different countries with background information, details of members, links to establishing documents and each commission's final reports and findings. Sources of information for each profile are also given.
Online guide to Togo law written by Thérèse Donu who is an attorney at law at the Togo Bar Association and a founder of Therese Donu Law Firm. The guide was published in 2022 on the Globalex website and made freely available by the Hauser Global Law School Program at the New York University School of Law.