Use the tabs above to understand how the Law Bod's collection is arranged. There is an Enquiry Desk on Level 2, just as you enter the main Reading Room: please do come and have a word if you are having any difficulty in using the library..
The Law Library's collection is fully catalogued on SOLO, Oxford University's online resource discovery tool.
Subject search terms to use in SOLO
Treaties -- Interpretation and construction
Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties (1969)
Double Taxation - treaties
For those wishing to learn more about using searches, we recommend the following:
Ebooks which require an Oxford SSO for remote access include:
Resources on the free web available to all with access to the internet
The Bodleian Law Library shelves its current collection of public international law on Level 3, one floor above the entrance level. This is accessed by either stairs or the lift.
The section with shelf marks beginning Internat 670 has books specifically on treaty law, both theory and practice.
If the treaty you are interested in relates to a particular area of public international law, commentary relating to it will be shelved in that subject area. For example, books commentating on commercial and tax treaties may be shelved on Level 3 in the section with shelf marks starting Internat 590, which gathers together works on international economic law.
Books about European Union treaties - the basis of the "constitution" will be shelved in another section of Level 3 among the European Union law books in the collection with shelf marks beginning Euro Comm
The Bodleian's Official Papers collection is on the ground floor of the Bodleian Law Library. It is accessible during Law Library opening hours via either the internal library stairs or the library lift.
There you will find (among other things)
a comprehensive set of British parliamentary papers from 1801 to the present
a considerable collection of United Nations publications
Please see the specialist guides below, which also indicate where many of these may be found online
Useful related commentary
Please visit other pages in this guide if you are interested in:
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