Tuesday, November 16, 2010

TRIAL: Oxford Reports on International Law

We have a trial of Oxford Reports on International Law until December 14th 2010.

To access this trial go to
http://www.oxfordlawreports.com/. Off-campus users should use Apps Anywhere, but if we did subscribe we would of course set up off-campus access via EZproxy as normal.

Oxford Reports on International Law is intended to be a single point of reference for all international law jurisprudence, providing serious researchers access to the widest possible range of international law jurisprudence. All reported decisions have a headnote, the full text of the decision, and are linked to the Oxford Law Citator.

After trying Oxford Reports on International Law, please leave feedback through the comments section below. You can choose the anonymous option to comment without needing to have a Blogger account, but it helps if you include your name in your feedback so that we can follow up on comments.


Anonymous said...

For people who are heavily involved with cases, etc. it is a great resource. There is no question that it is a vast body of international and domestic cases across all areas of international law, which is fantastic in international law and comparative law terms. I have already downloaded a number of internal decisions that would have been otherwise difficult to spot. Our students cannot but greatly benefit from this vast collection of data, given the input they receive from us through seminars, supervision etc.

Anonymous said...

My feedback for these resources is that they are absolutely priceless. The Oxford Reports on International Law in particular would be a godsend if it was available on a permanent basis.