The World Legal Information Institute (WorldLII) has just launched the International Law Library, a free online collection of international legal materials. The library includes 76 databases containing almost 100,000 searchable documents and is rapidly expanding. Databases may be searched individually or simultaneously. The library includes:
the decisions of 38 international courts and tribunals, with over 30,000 cases from the most significant ICT’s
over 35,000 treaties and international agreements, including those from international organizations like the League of Nations, the U. N., and the Council of Europe, as well as treaties between individual countries
U. N. General Assembly Resolutions and U. N. Security Council Resolutions, with coverage from 1946 to the present, and
thousands of law journal articles on international and humanitarian law.
Hat tip to Sarah Cox