This guide was originally created by Sandra Geddes, and has been expanded and updated by Sharon Wang since 2014. A special thank you goes to Sandra for her invaluable contributions to this guide.
What's in this guide
Welcome to the International Law Research Guide. International law, foreign /domestic /national law (which will be referred to as "national law" in this guide), comparative law and European Union law research all overlap and cannot be looked at in isolation from each other. That said, this guide will focus primarily on International Law research issues and sources. Please see our Foreign and Comparative Law Research Guide and our European Law Research Guide for more help with research in those areas. This guide was prepared to help researchers with international legal research by highlighting resources available to Osgoode Hall Law School Library patrons, both through the library and by means of the Internet. This guide suggests background and reference sources with which to begin research.
From the Osgoode Hall Library Law School Research Guides:
From the York Research Guides:
History - General (there are numerous country, region and other history guides also available)