International Law Reports is the only publication in the world wholly devoted to the regular and systematic reporting in English of decisions of international courts and arbitrators, as well as judgments of national courts. It is therefore an essential work of reference. Cases are drawn from every relevant jurisdiction - international and national. The volumes are prepared at the Lauterpacht Research Centre for International Law in the University of Cambridge. All decisions in other languages are translated into English. Because of the standing and scope of its coverage, the series is widely cited in judgments of international and national tribunals. No other publication provides a comparable coverage of case law in this field. The series should be an essential holding for every library providing even minimal international law coverage. These reports offer the most economical and efficient way of accessing the whole range of international case law.
1. Legality of the use by a state of nuclear weapons in armed conflict (request by the World Health Organization for an Advisory Opinion) [International Court of Justice]; 2. Legality of the threat or use of nuclear weapons (request by the United Nations General Assembly for an Advisory Opinion) [International Court of Justice]; 3. In the matter of: tariffs applied by Canada to certain US-origin agricultural products (CDA-95-2008-01) [NAFTA Arbitral Panel]; 4. X v. Secretary-General (Case No. 22) [OECD Administrative Tribunal]; 5. Billaud and Bessoles v. Secretary-General (Joined Cases Nos 24/25) [OECD Administrative Tribunal]; 6. Prosecutor v. Blaskic objection to the issue of Subpoenae Duces Tecum (Cases IT-95-14-PT and Case IT-95-14-ARbis 108) [International Criminal Tribunal for former Yugoslavia]; 7. M/V Saiga (Saint Vincent and the Grenadines v. Guinea) [International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea].