The American Society of International Law launches the Electronic Information System for International Law - EISIL
Developed by the American Society of International Law under a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Electronic Information System for International Law (EISIL) is the most comprehensive, electronic resource of authoritative information on international law.
EISIL enables lawyers, scholars, librarians and novice users to find information on hundreds of international law subjects with unprecedented speed and ease. EISIL aggregates the highest quality primary materials, authoritative Web sites and helpful research guides, which previously were scattered across law libraries, archives and specialized Web sites.
EISIL includes some 1,500 selected sources, organized into 13 subject groupings in a fully searchable database. For each source, EISIL also offers helpful background information for researchers, such as citations and references, dates when laws or treaties were concluded and links to related resources.
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