CISG and International Commercial Law Database
The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) is the uniform international sales law of countries that account for two-thirds of all world trade. As a service to the world trade community, the Pace University School of Law offers an annotated electronic library on the CISG on the World-Wide Web.
HeinOnline United Nations Law Collection
Complete scanned pdfs of the United Nation Treaty Series (UNTS); retrieve a UN Treaty by UNTS citation, search by treaty/registration number, country, short title, popular name, subject; links to law review articles that cite a UN Treaty; finding aids, quick reference guide, wiki, and video tutorial; also find international arbitral awards, law of the sea documents, and more.*
International Legal Materials
Search ASIL's compilation of international laws, treaties, decisions, and declarations on Westlaw (database: ILM), Lexis (file-name: ILM), and HeinOnline. American Society of International Law, Washington, DC, 1962-Present.
Lex Mercatoria
Find conventions, rules, model law, and more focusing on international commercial law including trade, arbitration, tax, transport and maritime, cross-border, anti-corruption, environmental and human rights law
Multilaterals Project at The Fletcher School
Ongoing project of The Fletcher School, Tufts University, to make available the texts of international multilateral treaties.
Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) at the Hague
IGO established in 1899; find past and pending cases and other documents; court hears and decides territorial, treaty, and human rights disputes between states, as well as commercial and investment disputes.Cases: The PCA only identifies the parties and publishes awards or other information where the parties have so agreed. No information beyond what is set forth on this website will be provided by the PCA.The PCA includes the following: Conventions and Treaties, PCA Rules, UNCITRAL Rules, Annual Reports
Treaties and International Agreements (TIARA)
Oceana's full-text searchable database of U.S. treaties and international agreements in force since 1783*