In this interactive, student-centered guide, Anthony S. Winer and Mary Ann E. Archer provide a comprehensive introduction and analysis of research methods for Public International Law. A Basic Course in Public International Law Research promotes effective research practices that stem from an understanding of the tenets of International Law. Complete with background essays, exercises, and analysis of both print and electronic resources, it is ideal for both undergraduate and graduate law, international relations, and international political science courses.
Anthony S. Winer is Professor of Law at William Mitchell College of Law. Prior to teaching, Professor Winer practiced international business law with private law firms in New York City, Paris, and Athens. He holds a J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School. Mary Ann E. Archer is the Associate Director for Public Services of the Warren E. Burger Law Library at the William Mitchell College of Law. Ms. Archer holds a J.D. from the William Mitchell School of Law and an M.S. in Library and Information Science from the State University of New York, Geneseo.