These days a lot of international law materials are readily available for free via the internet. However, if you choose this option then you are forced to authenticate your sources and not everything is available online or via the internet. When researching complex legal issue often a combination of print and online resources provide the best outcome.
This library has a huge international law print collection and provides access to premier subscription databases. lThe library catalog is your friend http://catalog.wustl.edu/.
The “Global War Crimes Tribunal” collection can be located at KZ1190.G56 in the WULAW library. Consider checking out the 'browse by call number' feature in the online catalog once you have identified a title or call number that looks interesting. Another option is to explore subject headings that are related to your book of interest.
DAVID SCHEFFER, ALL THE MISSING SOULS (2012)
LEILA NADYA SADAT, THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT AND
THE TRANSFORMATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW (2002)
WILLIAM A. SCHABAS, AN INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT (2011)
Examples of LC subject headings you may be interested in:
Hint: search by subject heading and the sort by most recent book that has been published.
International criminal courts -- Cases.
International law -- Yugoslavia -- Cases.
International crimes Criminal liability (International law)
Human rights and crimes against humanity.
Still not satisfied? Feel free to search for sources on WorldCat/FirstSearch.
Did you locate a title that seems interesting – but you are in a time crunch? Try searching for the same call number in our catalog. Use the electronic browse feature in the catalog to identify a book of interest to your.
Why? Your challenge as a student: Time. Why wait to have a book interlibrary loaned to you when you can find a book with a similar content in our library.