International Tribunals Research
International tribunals decide disputes arising under international law. Tribunal research requires analytical thinking about a tribunal's mission and methods as well as reading its publications. See also our list of foreign court resources.
Find comparative and theoretical research about international and foreign tribunals:
in the KZ 6250 call # range on the library's 3rd floor,
in law journals,
and at the Project on Internationl Courts & Tribunals.
Tribunals most frequently researched by Pitt law students:
Various Civil Issues
European Union Case Law - Select from all of the EU courts.
International Commercial Arbitrations (via ICC)
Oxford Reports on Int'l Law (various tribunals)
World Intellectual Property Organization- Domain name decisions. See also links to arbitration and mediation divisions of WIPO that have procedural information, but no opinions.
TRIPS Decisions - This is an annotated version of the Agreement on Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights. Link to decisions and interpretations in order by agreement sections.
World Trade Organization- Appellate body, arbitrations, and panel reports. Search by country, issue, or year.
NAFTA Decisions - Binational disputes, extrordinary settlements, & arbitration decisions.
U.S. Court of International Trade - A U.S. federal court empowered to decide international trade matters arising in or against the U.S.
Comprehensive Tribunal Lists:
Project on International Courts & Tribunals - (PICT) Search for tribunals by topic or region, locate reports and comments about tribunal activities.
International Courts & Tribunals Project - WORLDLII's database for searching case reports from separate courts or multiple international courts at once.
If any of these sources require you to log-in, access them from http://pittcat.pitt.edu which will put you onto the proxy server from which you log-in with your Pitt user name and password.