This guide will introduce you to the major online and print sources for researching and understanding international and foreign law. For more information on legal research, including Australian law, use our Law Subject Guide.
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For foreign law resources click the tab below to access resources for Asia, Canada, China, Europe, Japan, New Zealand, Pacific, United Kingdom and the United States.
International law, also known as 'public international law', is the system of law that imposes rights and obligations on States in their dealings with each other.
The Peace Palace houses the International Court of Justice (the principal judicial body of the United Nations), the Permanent Court of Arbitration, the Hague Academy of International Law and the extensive Peace Palace Library. As such it is often called the seat of international law.
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