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International Human Rights Law Research in the UCONN Law Library   Tags: human_rights, international law, international_courts, multinational treaties, united nations treaties  

This guide provides you with a starting point for doing International Human Rights Law research in our library. It is not comprehensive but rather meant to point you to certain key resources where you can begin your research.
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International Human Rights Law Research

This guide gives you a starting place for your International Human Rights Law Research in the UCONN Law Library.  It will assist you in finding relevant primary legal sources: U.S. and international treaties, other international agreements and international and national commission and court case decisions and judgments  It includes a section linking you to inter-governmental, governmental and non-governmental human rights organizations.  It includes a section on research guides and websites with repsoitories of international human rights documents to assist you in finding other materials. It also links you to secondary sources: treatises, casebooks, texts, and journals and journal indexes available through our Library. There is a separate tab for doing research at the UCONN Law Library in the Philosophy of Human Rights keyed to the course taught by Prof. Oquendo.

This guide is not, however, comprehensive.  If you are unable to find materials you are looking for or have other questions, please contact the Reference Desk by chat from the Law Library's webpage, email ( or phone (860-570-5068) for further assitance. If you wish to make a research appointment with the Foreign, International and Comparative Law Librarian, please email


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