What else is out there?
On this site, we will once in a while add different relevant sources such as websites, books, and other things that we would like to share with you. What is common for all is that we consider these sources relevant to international law and its associated fields.
Below is a list of great websites with further information and different takes on international law.
The order of the list is random.
This is part of the International Committee of the Red Cross website and is focused on mainly international humanitarian law. There are debates and publications on different issues and sources of international humanitarian law as well as to library and research services.
International Committee of the Red Cross | War & Law
One of several university journals on international law. It claims to be the oldest and most-cited available. It covers a wide variety of topics in public and private international law. The journal is published twice a year with the content being available for free online.
Havard International Law Journal (HILJ)
Founded in 2012 by law students from Berkeley Law, California, USA. Like other American university law departments it publishes a journal twice year that comments on public international, private international, and comparative law disciplines.
Berkely Journal of International Law (BJIL)
Founded in 2012, this website is focused solely on EU law and aims to highlight and comment on current developments in EU case law and legislation. The articles are written by academics as well as practitioners from around the world.
The European Law Blog
The website has its own free articles as well as a law journal. The journal is published by Edward Elgar Publishing and is a double-blind, peer-reviewed with a broad focus on international law. The online version of the journal is free and published twice a year.
Cambridge International Law Journal (CILJ)
Founded in January 2005, remains one of the leading blogs in the world devoted to the topic of international law. It features articles from International law scholars of different background who contribute with analysis on different aspects of international law and its role in the world.
The International Court of Justice is the principal judicial organ of the United Nations. Its website contains news and information regarding ongoing cases, as well as historical rulings and multilingual resources on official documents related to the court.
International Court of Justice (ICJ)
It is the world’s first permanent international criminal court and its website contains news and information regarding ongoing cases as well as on historical rulings. Its rulings and interpretations of international law have a huge influence on the international judicial system.
International Criminal Court
The site is run by an American nonprofit, nonpartisan, educational organization founded in 1906 and chartered by Congress in 1950. It aims to foster the study of international law and has a wide range of publications, podcasts and library resources as well as a bookstore.
American Society of International Law (ASIL)
It was established in 1990 by a small group of distinguished scholars based at the European University Institute, the Universities of Florence, Munich and Paris II and the Michigan Law School. It publishes articles as well as a podcast and book reviews.