How to Find Materials on Public International Law for Research and Education
Work in Progress)

1 August 2010

This list indicates the most useful tools for students and teachers of international law to pick up necessary pieces from the deluge of information.

This is only a tentative list, which is to be improved and updated.

Table of Contents

  1. Practice
  2. International Courts and Tribunals
  3. United Nations
  4. European Union
  5. Law of the Sea
  6. Space Law
  7. International Human Rights
  8. Law of Armed Conflicts
  9. Diplomatic and Consular Privileges and Immunities, State Immunity
  10. International Responsibility
  11. International Environmental Law

Prepared by the national committee established by the Japan Branch of the International Law Association under the Teaching of International Law Committee, ILA.

Members of the national committee:

  • Kazuya Hirobe (Professor, Seikei University; Member, Teaching of International Law Committee)
  • Akio Morita (Professor, Hosei University; Alternate Member, Teaching of International Law Committee)
  • Setsuko Aoki (Professor, Keio University)
  • Shotaro Hamamoto (Professor, Kyoto University)
  • Yumi Nishimura (Associate Professor, University of Tokyo)
  • Kyo Arai (Professor, Doshisha University)
  • Akiko Okamatsu (Associate Professor, Hosei University).