The Oxford Reports on International Law, which is a collection of case law reports from international law courts around the world, was updated this week and now includes 3,000 cases! When OUP launched the service, back in September 2008, it had 785 cases – an increase of 2,215 cases in just under 2 years.
The Oxford Reports on International Law sits alongside the Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, and OUP presents it as being a ‘sister’ service, as so much of the content on both resources is linked together (through the Oxford Law Citator).
Cases covered in Oxford Reports on International Law include those from the International Court of Justice, International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, International Criminal Court, European Court of Human Rights, UN Human Rights Committee, and many more courts around the world.
Thanks to Nik Speller at OUP for drawing my attention to this.
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