Free International Law Library on WorldLII

September 9, 2010

“The International Law Library on WorldLII is the most comprehensive free access international law research infrastructure on the Internet. It has 76 databases, containing nearly 100,000 searchable documents concerning international law, and is expanding rapidly. All databases may be searched simultaneously, or databases may be searched individually or in groupings” (Brochure)


New Resource: World Constitutions Illustrated

September 2, 2010

The library has recently acquired World Constitutions Illustrated: Contemporary and Historical Documents and  Resources  from Hein Online.

Contains the current and historical constitutions for every country in PDF format.  This site also includes  constitutional histories, texts on constitutional law, links to scholarly articles, and a bibliography of selected constitutional books as well as links to current sources of information for each country. The site is browsable by country or resource.

The resource can be accessed directly from computers on Campus. U of T members using an external Internet address can access the site using their my.access password.