- International Criminal Law Network
- International Criminal Court
- Oxford Standard for Citation of Legal Authorities
- Coalition for the ICC
- International Committee of the Red Cross
- Pace University Preliminary Rounds
- International Criminal Bar
- World Legal Forum
- City of The Hague
- World Forum
On behalf of Pace Law School:
Pace Law School is pleased to provide access to the Pace Law School International Criminal Law (Online) Research Guide. As founders of the ICC Moot and hosts of the Pace/ICLN ICC Moot Round of the Americas we welcome all participants to visit and utilize this online resource.
Pace Law School’s International Criminal Law Research Guide, compiled and maintained by Pace Research Librarian Lucie Olejnikova (a former ICC Moot participant) is available at http://libraryguides.law.pace.edu/intcrimlaw. This guide is a collection of resources focused on international criminal law, including online, electronic as well as print resources. The Pace ICL research guide pulls together relevant resources divided into categories including substantive law, procedural law along with extensive commentary. Coverage includes international criminal tribunals with special focus on the International Criminal Court. Special attention is paid to victims and their role in international criminal law proceedings. The guide also provides a number of ways for users to stay current via relevant legal blogs, journals, and news.
We are sure you will find this to be a helpful and useful resource in your preparation for the upcoming ICC Moot as well as in your future international law endeavors. It is our goal to ensure that the Pace ICL Research Guide is as up-to-date and comprehensive as can be and we welcome your input.