Launch of Free-Access International Law Library

A new free international law site was released yesterday by Sir Kenneth James Keith, a judge of the International Court of Justice, and reported by Simon Foden on sLaw.

The International Law Library was developed by AUSTLII and contains ...:

"... over 80,000 searchable documents for free access. This includes over 25,000 decisions of International Courts and Tribunals, over 30,000 treaties and international agreements (including the League of Nations and UN Treaty Series), international law journals and law reform materials. These materials cannot be jointly searched elsewhere on the Internet."

More info available on the AustLII press release.