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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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The Pace Law Library published another resource guide. Check out our newest addition, International Legal Research Guide. This is a guide to international public and private law, with an emphasis on international public law. This guide presents print, digital, subscription and free online resources to international legal research. It is organized by the type of […]

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Pace Law Library has compiled another research guide, this time it is International Commercial Law. This research guide is to assist students with research in the areas of International Commercial Law, International Trade, International Commercial Arbitration, and Foreign Domestic Commercial Law. This guide was originally created to assist Pace Law School students attendeding an International […]

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From the Library of Congress Military Legal Resources website: This reference work, published by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), is intended to serve both the university community and law practitioners, and broadly reaches out to students and faculties in law, journalism and political science, as well as members of the judiciary. It […]

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Dec. 10, 2008 is the 60th anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the UN General Assembly, which is celebrated as Human Rights Day. The UDHR is not a treaty or international agreement, but the first global statement proclaiming the importance of basic human rights to the world community. It […]

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