Introducing Enhanced Research Databases: Oxford International Law Reports and Oxford Constitutions of the World.

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Recently Oxford University Press redesigned Oxford International Law Reports and Oxford Constitutions of the World combining content and enhancing search functionality.

Oxford Constitutions of the World combines access to three of its former products: Oxford Constitutions of the Countries of the World, Constitutions of Dependencies and Territories, and Constitutions of the United States: National and State. The new research platform provides access to regularly updated, fully-translated English-language versions of all of the world’s constitutions, as well as commentaries and supplementary materials, including foundation documents, historical constitutions, and amendment Acts/laws, and a collection of scholarly monographs.

Oxford International Law Reports provides access to the full-text of selected international law decisions with headnotes, English translations, and expert analysis and commentary. The new enhanced platform combines Oxford Reports on International Law in Domestic Courts, Oxford Reports on International Criminal Law, Oxford Reports on International Human Rights Law, and Oxford Reports on International Courts of General Jurisdiction. Researchers can browse the case reports or search case reports by date or subjects, such as human rights, law of the sea, international criminal law, and international environmental law, as well as many more subjects.