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LAW 843 - International Environmental Law (Prof. Samandari, Spring 2023)

Research Guides

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


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.


Other Starting Point Sources

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.

 Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Law:  Detailed articles on international law topics, with citations, document lists, and bibliographies. Includes links to documents and the Oxford Law Citator 

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.

CRS Reports: Congressional Research Reports cover US legislative and foreign policy topics. Search for reports on environmental law and treaties in and in ProQuest Congressional