Digital Research Secondary Sources: U.S. Treaties and Foreign International Law

Members-Only Digital Research Resources

 

Another Valuable Benefit of your NYCLA Membership

 

Federal Research Resources   State Research Resources Secondary Sources: Federal Data Sources Secondary Sources: Journals, Legal Opinions, and Dictionaries Domestic/International
Secondary Sources: U.S. Treaties & Foreign/International Law

 


Secondary Sources – U.S. Treaties & Foreign & International Law

Several government sponsored websites provide the full text of U.S. treaties. 


Avalon Project at Yale Law School provides digital copies of historical diplomacy documents including treaties.

Visit Avalon Project

Visit Gongress.gov

Congress.Gov provides treaty documents for all treaties submitted to the Senate since the 94th Congress.

Visit Congress.Gov

Visit Harvard Law School Library

Harvard Law School Library offers free resources on foreign and international law, visit Harvard’s foreign and international law guide.

Visit Harvard Law School Library

VISIT THE UN LIBRARY

The Dag Hammarskjöld Library provides research and information services to support the participation of Member States at the United Nations.  Their digital library has over 50 resources for international law.

UN Library

 

Federal Research Resources   State Research Resources Secondary Sources: Federal Data Sources Secondary Sources: Journals, Legal Opinions, and Dictionaries Domestic/International
Secondary Sources: U.S. Treaties & Foreign/International Law