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International Internet Law

Research Guides

This research guide covers international internet law: a topic that is growing into a distinct area but has its roots in traditional sources of the law. As legislators, academics, and organizations debate how laws of such a global service should function, traditional international laws will be necessary to fill the gaps that have not been regulated yet.

Columbia Law Library's Guide to Public International Law.

Columbia Law Library's Guide to Finding Books and Articles on International and Foreign Law

Books and Documents

Sources of International Law: An Introduction

As a quick summation of the sources of international law, this document, written by London School of Economics Professor Christopher Greenwood, outlines the four basic sources of international law described in The Statute of the ICJ, Art. 38.