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Here is my periodic blog post listing the most recent additions to the Pace Law Library Law in Film Collection, which is located on the main floor of the library; behind the reference desk and in the cell phone lounge. This collection keeps on growing. All library patrons with borrowing privileges may check any of […]

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War Crimes Research Office compiled a report titled Expediting Proceedings at the International Criminal Court as part of the International Criminal Court Legal Analysis and Education Project of June 2011. In its less than one decade of existence, the International Criminal Court (ICC) has achieved a great deal, opening formal investigations into six situations involving some of the most serious […]

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On May 6, 2011, ASIL (American Society of International Law) Teaching International Law Interest Group and Pace Law School hosted a conference titled Teaching International Law Beyond Classroom: Engaging Students in Experiential Learning, in Web 2.0, and in Historical and Empirical Research, which was held at the New York State Judicial Institute at Pace Law School. […]

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Via Technorati, The Government of Kosovo decided to establish  an institute for the investigation on war crimes. The war crimes institute will have the status of a public agency, which will work under the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kosovo. Its main focus will be to keep evidence of crimes and damages committed by Serbia in Kosovo […]

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Ms. Ufuoma Lamikanra, the Head of Readers’ Services Section at the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, at the University of Lagos in Nigeria, gave an excellent presentation titled Conflict of Laws in a Federation: The Nigerian Experience at the 2010 annual meeting of the American Association of Law Libraries in Denver, Colorado, as part […]

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Since 1982, the Pace Law School has hosted a yearly event, the Dyson Distinguished Lecture series.  This year’s title is After Gender? Examining International Justice Enterprises. The Pace Law School will welcome Janet Halley, Royall Professor of Law, Harvard Law School, and an impressive group of exciting moderators, panelists, and commentators, as they all engage in […]

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The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) announced the creation and launch of a new database, the Customary IHL database, to mark the 12 August anniversary of Geneva Conventions. Developed in association with the British Red Cross, the database is designed to be used as a legal reference international and non-international armed conflicts, including […]

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JusticeUpdated

JusticeUpdated is a blog available on the Worldcourts.com website. The stated purpose of the blog is “to keep those interested in ICL and ‘universal jurisdiction’ up-to-date by providing summary information about new developments in these fields.” JusticeUpdated began in March 2010, and has proven to be a good resource if you are looking to keep […]

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The Foreign, Comparative & International Law (FCIL) SIS invites you to attend a 2010 Annual Meeting event: FCIL-SIS Executive Committee Presents Conflict of Laws in a Federation: The Nigerian Experience This year’s presenter is Ufuoma Lamikanra, recipient of the 2010 FCIL Schaffer Grant for Foreign Law Librarians. She is the Readers’ Services Librarian at the […]

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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has online legal office called FAOLEX. A multilingual team summarizes and in many cases translates laws and regulations on topics falling within FAO’s mandate – agriculture, cultivated plants, environment, fisheries, food, forestry, land and soil, livestock, water and wild species and ecosystems. Legal information is received by […]

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