Monthly Archives: May 2014

LEGAL RESEARCH TOOLS (Behnam Rastegari)

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The present Mind Map assists the law and legal researchers to conduct a research based on the legal online databases and tools to save the time and increase the quality of research.

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Oxford Reports on International Law: Home

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Behnam Rastegari‘s insight:

From Oxford Scholarly Authorities on International Law:

Chapters from Simma (Ed.) The Charter of the United Nations 3rd Edition, on self-determination and Article 51The chapter on secession and recognition from James Crawford’s The Creation of States in International Law 2nd EditionThe article on aggression from Cassese (Ed.) The Oxford Companion to International Criminal JusticeThe chapter on South Ossetia from Wilmshurst (Ed.) The Classification of ConflictsMartin Dawidowicz’s commentary on Article 41 of the Articles on State Responsibility

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What is Fastcase? « Fastcase | The Smarter Alternative for Legal Research.

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Fastcase is the easiest and smartest way to conduct online legal research. Fastcase features powerful, ‘best-case-first’ tools that make research faster than ever, and it includes a comprehensive library of cases, statutes, regulations, court rules, constitutions, and legal forms.

Behnam Rastegari‘s insight:

More than 500,000 lawyers have access to Fastcase, making it one of the world’s most trusted research services. Twenty-one state bar associations and dozens of other membership organizations have purchased Fastcase subscriptions for all of their members, most after rigorous review and thorough analysis. Lawyers love Fastcase because they know they can trust that they will find the most authoritative cases first.

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EISIL – Electronic Information System for International Law – Home

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EISIL has been developed, with the support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, by the American Society of International Law (ASIL), a scholarly association that has been a leader in the analysis, dissemination and development of international law since 1906.

Behnam Rastegari‘s insight:

EISIL has been developed, with the support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, by the American Society of International Law (ASIL), a scholarly association that has been a leader in the analysis, dissemination and development of international law since 1906.

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Opinio Juris About Opinio Juris » Opinio Juris

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Behnam Rastegari‘s insight:

Opinio Juris is a forum for informed discussion and lively debate about international law and international relations. It was founded by Chris Borgen, a law professor at St. John’s University Law School, who started the site with Peggy McGuinness, also of St. John’s University Law School, and Julian Ku of Hofstra Law School. The site debuted in January 2005.

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