International Judicial Monitor
Published by the American Society of International Law and the International Judicial Academy
Jul/Aug 2007, Volume 2, Issue 2
 

International Resources

International Law Reporter
International Law Reporter is a new blog on scholarship, events, and ideas in international law, international relations, and foreign affairs law. Updated daily with links to useful and timely international law information and resources.

2006-7 Report on Justice System in the Americas
The CEJAS Report on Judicial Systems in the Americas 2006-2007 contains standard information on each country, including a description of the institutional structure of the justice sector and the main procedures used as well as productivity indicators and general statistics. Each chapter also presents updated information on case volume and movement, crime rate, prison population, institutions, and judicial reform and legal changes.

Network of Presidents of EU Supreme Courts
The Network of the Presidents of the Supreme Judicial Courts of the Member States of the European Union provides a forum through which European Institutions are given an opportunity to request the opinions of Supreme Courts and to bring them closer by encouraging discussion and the exchange of ideas.

Hague Forum on Judicial Expertise
The Hague Forum for Judicial Expertise, together with its partners around the world, develops and organizes tailor made training courses in international law and court management.

Use of International Law by Domestic Courts
An International Labor Organization compendium of court decisions in which domestic courts have relied on elements of international labor law and basic human right more generally to resolve the cases brought before them.

Proposals on Updating COE Recommendation (94) on Independence, Efficiency, and Role of Judges
An examination of the proposal to amend the Committee of Ministers Recommendation in the light of new ideas and practices concerning judicial services and their functioning in Europe, which have emerged since its adoption in 1994.

Worldwide Governance Indicators
An updated aggregate of governance research indicators for 213 countries for 19962005, for six dimensions of governance: Voice and Accountability, Political Stability and Absence of Violence, Government Effectiveness, Regulatory Quality, Rule of Law, and Control of Corruption.

Case Law on UNCITRAL Texts (CLOUT)
A online system for collecting and disseminating information on court decisions of UN member states and arbitral awards relating to the Conventions and Model Laws that have emanated from the work of the United Nations Commission on International Trade.

Arab Center for Independence of the Judiciary and Legal Profession
ACIJLP is a non-governmental institution that works to reinforce and support the status of justice in the Arab regions, an independence of the judiciary, the legal profession and the respect of human rights and fundamental freedoms.

Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization
The AALCO serves since its inception as an advisory body to its Member States in the field of international law and as a forum for Asian-African Cooperation in legal matters of common concern.

International Criminal Law Services Foundation
ICLS provides legal and technical training, advice and support to national, regional, hybrid and international courts, judges, court registries, prosecutor, defense counsel, and others in order to ensure accountability for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide.

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