Anthony D'Amato
Favorite Links and Meta-Links



Drawings by Mayer Freed

Human Rights and Humanitarian Law:

Derechos Human Rights
directory contains links to human rights information of all sorts.
Country Reports on Human Rights Practices are available on the U.S. Dept. of State site.
Humanitarian law: Treaties and Documents on International Committee of the Red Cross

International Courts:

The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
International Court of Justice
European Court of Human Rights
Inter-American Court of Human Rights
International Criminal Court
Coalition for the International Criminal Court
(a network of NGOs) offers news about developments with ICC
Human Rights Watch has ICTY judgments and a summary and topical digest of ICTY and ICTR judgments combined

International Relations:

Dag Hammerskjöld Library offers UN Security Council resolutions and UN Documentation Research Guide: Security Council
with statistics and facts by country from Stockholm International Peace Institute

International Law Association offers a web site with links to committee reports and proposed resolutions for ILA conference.
Project to Enforce the Geneva Conventions. An exemplary work of scholarship and data retrieval by Charles Gittings that gives us the entire "Prince" by Machiavelli through the Alberto Gonzales memos on permissible torture.


The University of Chicago Press offers free on the web "The Founders' Constitution", edited by Philip Kurland and Ralph Lerner.
Jurist: The Legal Education Network is a forum in which law professors, students, lawyers, judges, journalists and citizens can share legal information and ideas. Anthony D'Amato is a contributing editor.
Law Journals--Various at
Washlaw Web offers a comprehensive site for federal or state case opinions, codes and other legal information, arranged in alphabetical categories on the home page.

War Crimes:

Yale's Avalon Project is my first stop for documents relating to War Crimes

are large collections of links

A source of sources for international law from ASIL: EISIL - Features previews of human rights, criminal, environmental and economic sections.

The ASIL Guide to Electronic Resources for International Law has a section on the International Criminal Court. ASIL also offers International Law in Brief

University of Chicago Law Library has the head metalink: Lyonette Louis-Jacques

Try Cornell's Legal Information Institute sections on international intellectual property, world trade, indigenous peoples and a good-sized set of links to supranational organizations.

University of Minnesota Human Rights Library has a collection of human rights instruments in English, French, Spanish and Russian.

Northwestern University Law Library offers:
International Criminal Law/War Crimes/Genocide
International Courts and Tribunals
Human Rights and Humanitarian Law

Catalogue of the Peace Palace Library in The Hague. The Peace Palace library in The Hague is unique: its catalogue has the titles of articles and book chapters, not just books, and it includes materials from around the world, so I recommend this to all.