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European Union Law
by Mary Sexton - Last Updated Aug 1, 2013
Guide to EU resource online and in the Heafey Law Library collection
Foreign and International Labor Law
by Mary Sexton - Last Updated Aug 14, 2013
An introduction to researching international labor law and the labor law of jurisdictions outside the U.S.
International Commercial Arbitration
by Mary Sexton - Last Updated Nov 8, 2013
A guide to international arbitration institutions and to information about the commercial arbitration process
International Legal Research
by Mary Sexton - Last Updated Nov 8, 2013
An introduction to researching public international law.
International Moot Court Competitions
by Mary Sexton - Last Updated Nov 19, 2013
Links and resources for international moot court participants
LAW 204: Legal Aspects of War
by Mary Sexton - Last Updated Feb 26, 2014
Humanitarian law sources and guides
LAW 440: International Human Rights Theory and Practice
by Mary Sexton - Last Updated Oct 24, 2013
This guide is for students in Vinita Bali's Fall 2013 course
LAW 727A and B: International Human Rights Clinic
by Mary Sexton - Last Updated Nov 8, 2013
This guide is for students in the International Human Rights Clinic.
Transitional Justice
by Mary Sexton - Last Updated Aug 15, 2013
Introduction to materials on transitional justice
Transnational Terrorism
by David Holt - Last Updated Mar 27, 2014
This guide covers topics on transnational terrorism including the American "War-on-Terror", enemy combatants, Guantanamo Bay, constitutional issues, and other related topics.
U.S. Treaties and International Agreements
by Mary Sexton - Last Updated Dec 5, 2013
Sources and finding guides for treaties to which the United States is a party.
United Nations Documents
by Mary Sexton - Last Updated Nov 8, 2013
This guide is designed for students doing research involving UN documents.
Universal Jurisdiction
by Mary Sexton - Last Updated Oct 23, 2013
An introduction to the universality principle, which provides that all States have jurisdiction over a limited number of grave crimes
World Treaties
by Mary Sexton - Last Updated Nov 8, 2013
Sources and finding guides for treaties to which the U.S. may not be a party.

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