International Judicial Monitor
Published by the American Society of International Law and the International Judicial Academy
March 2006, Volume 1, Issue 1

International ResourceS

Manual on Human Rights for Judges, Prosecutors, and Lawyers (UN/IBA)
A comprehensive core curriculum and materials on human rights for legal professionals, including information on international standards and jurisprudence of international bodies and national courts. 

International Judiciary Synoptic Chart (PICT)
An expansive mapping of international courts and tribunals and other dispute resolution bodies with reference to their areas of jurisdiction. 

Working Methods of the European Court of Human Rights (COE)
A review of the European Court of Human Rights which suggests administrative measures that may be taken, without amending the European Convention, to allow the Court to cope with its current and projected caseload and pending fundamental reform. 

International Commercial Arbitration Database (Kluwer)  
A fully-searchable database with materials in the field of international commercial arbitration such as multilateral conventions, bilateral investment treaties, legislation, rules, case law, and commentary.  

US Treaty Compliance Database (IATP)
A web-based resource for staying up to date with treaty actions of the United States and its participation in more than 40 prominent multilateral treaty systems. 

2006-7 Consultative Council of European Judges Terms of Reference (CCJE)
An outline of the working methods and thematic issues of the CCJE, an advisory body of the Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers, which prepares opinions on general questions concerning the independence, impartiality, and competence of judges.

Compilation of International Standards on Judicial Independence (CEELI)
A compilation of primary documents which reflect an emerging international consensus on how to best establish institutions that support the rule of law such as an independent, efficient, and accountable judiciary. 

Opinio Juris
A web log dedicated to timely reports, commentary, and debate on current developments in the fields of international law and politics. 

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