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International Law: Secondary sources

Key International Law journals

Journal articles are a secondary resource useful for analyses and opinions on legal issues. Below are some of the subject specific journals for International Law.

International Law

Human Rights

Humanitarian Law

Journal databases - Law

See a complete list of Law & Justice Studies Databases on the Library website

Australian databases

International databases



Legal commentaries provide up to date, detailed information on a particular subject area. They often provide a mixture of expert commentary, legislation and key cases.

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