LAW 218: International Organizations

This guide is for students enrolled in Professor Toman's International Organizations class.

EUROPA: The European Union Website

The European Union website -- EUROPA.eu -- contains information about the EU and its member states. Europa is available in 24 languages, although not all documents available from the site have been translated into all of these languages. The website lists member countries, EU institutions, EU activities by topic  and links to EU treaties, legislation and jurisprudence.

The webpage of the Delegation of the European Union to the United States also contains a great deal of material about the European Union, including some very basic information about how the EU works and a downloadable EU Guide for Americans.

A Mabie Law Library research guide on European Union Law provides additional information about researching the European Union.

European Union Materials in Print

The European Union Law Reporter, nutshells, and study guides about the European Union are available in the Open Reserve Room (Stauffer Collection).

EU materials are found in the Second Floor Stacks at  KJE900 and following.
 

European Union Materials in Microfiche

The Official Journal of the European Union -- both the L. legislation, and C, Information and Notices, series -- is available in microfiche at KJE908 along with some additional EU sources. However, these materials are easier to access online at the Europa website or on Lexis and Westlaw.

European Union Depository Libraries in the Bay Area

The Doe Library at the University of California Berkeley and the Green Library at Stanford University are both European Union Depository Libraries. They have large collections of EU materials which they make available to the general public. Government documents librarians at both libraries are also very knowledgeable about EU documents.

Heafey Law Library Research Team