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OUP - E-books International Law in Domestic Courts

Publisher: Oxford University Press E-Books

Joined: 2006

Type: Online reference collection

Content Overview

The International Law in Domestic Courts (ILDC), accessed through Oxford Reports on International Law (ORIL) covers international law as applied in the domestic courts of around 70 jurisdictions.  The geographical scope is intended to be as broad as possible; ILDC currently reports on countries from every continent in the world and continues to add new reporters and new jurisdictions.

Subject Strengths

  • Domestic cases focusing on key issues and decisions in international law
  • Local experts provide context of domestic legal systems
  • Peer-reviewed commentaries provided by expert editorial board
  • Translations from over 20 languages into English
  • Over 850 cases
  • More than 200 cases to be added per year
  • The Oxford Law Citator is powerful research tool provided free of charge with the Oxford Reports on International Law. It is an ongoing project which will continually improve and enhance linking and referencing throughout the service. If you would like more information about Oxford Reports on International Law or the Oxford Law Citator, please visit www.oxfordonline.com

Service Strengths

  • View decisions by module, date or subject
  • Early access to full text: The full text of new decisions of relevance to any of the ORIL modules is sourced by the reporters for that module as soon as possible after the judgment is given or the decision is made
  • Publication of full case reports and analysis
  • Translations of non-English decisions: For decisions given in languages other than English, OUP will publish any available official English language translation at the same time as the full case report. Where no official translation is available, OUP will commission translations of key passages of the judgment, present those translated passages alongside the original language judgment, and link to them from the case report

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