International Judicial Monitor
Published by the American Society of International Law and the International Judicial Academy
Jan/Feb 2007, Volume 2, Issue 1

International Resources

Hague Justice Journal
An online journal with articles and commentary on significant international legal developments and links to recent decisions of international tribunals and courts.   

European Network of Councils for the Judiciary
The ENCJ, which was formally established in 2004, consists of national institutions in the member states of the European Union which are independent of the executive and legislature, and which are responsible for the support of the judiciaries in the independent delivery of justice.

Global Legal Information Network (GLIN)
A database of laws, regulations, judicial decisions, and other complementary legal sources from jurisdictions around the world. Official full texts of documents are included in their original language but each document is accompanied by a summary in English.   

Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters (OAS)
This site provides a general description of the legal systems of various countries of the Americas, including laws as well as bilateral and multilateral agreements in force concerning extradition and mutual legal assistance in criminal matters.  

Human Rights Case Law Database (INTERIGHTS)
This online database makes available over 2,000 summaries of significant human rights decisions from both domestic Commonwealth courts and from international tribunals applying international human rights law.

Judicial Education Reference, Information and Technical Transfer (JERITT)
A national clearinghouse for information on continuing judicial branch education for judges and other judicial officers such as educational theories, methods, and practices; and educational research and reference reports and publications through databases, publications, electronic communications, and technical assistance offerings.

Database on State Practice Regarding State Immunities (COE)
A pilot project on state practice regarding immunities of states and their property with a view to ascertaining national laws and regulations as well as the judicial decisions of member and observer States of the Council of Europe in this area.

Data Collection for Judicial System Statistics and Indicators (CEJAS)
Prepared by the Justice Studies Center of the Americas, this manual reviews how to gather, analyze, and disseminate data about the operation of courts, including how different types of information can be used to improve court performance, the practical problems raised by collecting and verifying the accuracy of the data, and performance measures. Volume 2.

OECD Anti-Bribery Convention: National Implementation Legislation
This online resource provides direct links to English language translations of implementing legislation of 36 parties to the OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions and also offers links to many government websites.  

Database on Anti Discrimination and Equality Law (DADEL)
A targeted, searchable database resource with information on anti-discrimination law and policy in Europe, including treaties, declarations, legal cases, and reports, from different inter-governmental organizations.

A public database of the case-law and related materials of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) in English and French. 

Foreign Law Translations (Institute for Transnational Law)
A resource for English language translations of French, German, Italian, Austrian and Israeli legal materials, including both judicial decisions and legislation, in the fields of constitutional, administrative, contract and tort law.  

Survey of Judicial Salaries (NCSC)
This publication, which relies on information furnished by US state court administrative officers, serves as the primary record of compensation for US state judicial officers and court administrators. 

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