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This presentation gives a brief description of Oxford Reports on International Law.
Oxford Reports on International Law brings together decisions on public international law from international law courts, domestic courts and ad hoc tribunals.
For the first time, the full scope of international case law is available in one place, accompanied by expert analysis and a powerful navigation tool – The Oxford Law Citator.
New cases are added within 48 hours of receipt, making Oxford Reports on International Law the first port of call for the most up-to-date information on international case law.
Oxford Reports on International Law contains five modules which are available separately or in any combination of the five:
The homepage shows recent decisions added to each module.
You can search with Quick and Advanced search tools...
…or browse by module, date or subject.
As well as extensive coverage and frequent updates, Oxford Reports on International Law enhances case reports with high-quality analysis and commentary.
Collated and edited by a team of distinguished experts, this invaluable addition to the case reports includes:
Summary of case facts and judicial holdings.
The full text of the opinion of the court.
Analytical commentary from scholarly experts.
Accurate translations of non-English decisions into English…
.. and lists of cases and instruments cited.
Links in each case report take users to the Oxford Law Citatorpage which opens in a
The Oxford Law Citator is a state-of-the art navigation tool which provides direct links to related cases, articles, and additional materials.
From the Citator other materials can be accessed in Oxford Reports on International Law, other OUP online legal resources, and certain external resources.
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