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Finding Foreign and International Sources

This guide is intended to assist researchers with finding foreign and international sources.

Overview

International arbitration is a method of resolving disputes arising from transnational commercial transactions to avoid litigation in court. 

Arbitral Reporters (T5)

Arbitration Materials:

Hague Court Reports:

International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes Reports:

  • ICSID Reports [available in print at the Law Library for Vols. 1–8]

International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes Review:

  • ICSID Review [available in print at the Law Library for Vols. 1– ]

International Chamber of Commerce Arbitration:

International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea Reports of Judgments, Advisory Opinions, and Orders:

Permanent Court of Arbitration Case Repository:

United Nations Reports of International Arbitral Awards:

World Arbitration Reporter:

  • This reporter is not available at the Law Library or through Stanford University Libraries. Please submit an ILL request. 

Additional International Arbitration Resources