International Tribunals Research
International tribunals decide disputes arising under international law. Tribunal research requires analytical thinking about a tribunal's mission and methods as well as reading its publications. See also our list of foreign court resources.
Find comparative and theoretical research about international and foreign tribunals:
in the KZ 6250 call # range on the library's 3rd floor,
in law journals,
and at the Project on Internationl Courts & Tribunals.
Tribunals most frequently researched by Pitt law students:
Various Civil Issues
European Union Case Law - Select from all of the EU courts.
International Commercial Arbitrations (via ICC)
Oxford Reports on Int'l Law (various tribunals)
World Intellectual Property Organization- Domain name decisions. See also links to arbitration and mediation divisions of WIPO that have procedural information, but no opinions.
TRIPS Decisions - This is an annotated version of the Agreement on Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights. Link to decisions and interpretations in order by agreement sections.
World Trade Organization- Appellate body, arbitrations, and panel reports. Search by country, issue, or year.
NAFTA Decisions - Binational disputes, extrordinary settlements, & arbitration decisions.
U.S. Court of International Trade - A U.S. federal court empowered to decide international trade matters arising in or against the U.S.
Comprehensive Tribunal Lists:
Project on International Courts & Tribunals - (PICT) Search for tribunals by topic or region, locate reports and comments about tribunal activities.
International Courts & Tribunals Project - WORLDLII's database for searching case reports from separate courts or multiple international courts at once.
If any of these resources ask you for a user name and password, log-in to https://sremote.pitt.edu with your Pitt user name and password and look for the source in the University's database list. If you still can't get in, you will have to access it from a computer inside the law school building.