Browsing a few research guides is a great way to begin creating a plan for your work. Research guides can quickly point you to reliable sources in an area of law or policy that isn’t yet completely familiar.
Emory Law Library Research Guides:
Other research guides:
Study Aids on reserve:
Study aids can be a quick way to get background in a subject area, find information on treaties and international organizations, and learn terminology for searching in databases.
CALI Lesson: Researching International Environmental Law: This lesson will acquaint you with the sources of international environmental law, and give you strategies for researching it.
Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law: Twelve-volume set, still in progress, on environmental law. Chapters cover treaties, international law, and national legal systems. Includes citations and some links to primary and secondary sources.
The websites of international organizations related to environmental law include publications, reports, data, news, and links to primary documents.