International Law (Public)

Key Resources

GETTING STARTED > Reference Documents


What is International Law?


The following definitions of international law are cited from the legal dictionaries and encyclopedias available at the Brian Dickson Law Library. These resources are available in both print and online versions. For quick access and call numbers, visit our Law 101 guide. Note, print reference documents are located on the 4th floor near the reference service counter.

GETTING STARTED > Course Reserve Books

Course reserve textbooks are a good starting point for your research. The following books are used in courses related to international law. To obtain course reserve books, locate the call number through the library catalogue and ask one of our circulation desk staff to borrow it. Course reserve materials can be borrowed for up to 4 hours. For online course reserve books, you can gain access by clicking links below. Note, some e-books have a limit of maximum concurrent users. 

GETTING STARTED > uOttawa | Faculty of Law, Common Law Section

Disability Rights: The Conversation Between International Law and Domestic Law. 

Published on April 10, 2013