Tuesday, September 15, 2015

More Sources for International Law Scholarship

This is a follow-up to yesterday's blog post on Updated International Law Research Guides From GlobaLex.

Lyonette Louis-Jacques wrote a piece in Slaw.ca today entitled Are There Still Gaps in International Law Scholarship? that describes the many sources for finding topics in international law.

Her article is intended to help authors find alternative sources and approaches to international law topics to they might want to write about, but her list will be helpful to anyone researching international law.

She identifies:
  • conferences, symposia, and workshops
  • blogs
  • legal and regular news sources
  • intergovernmental, international and non-governmental organizations
  • courts
  • new scholarship
 Louis-Jacques is the Foreign and International Law Librarian and Lecturer in Law at the University of Chicago Law School D'Angelo Law Library.

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