Treaties, Conventions, and Other International Agreements

Treaties

A treaty (sometimes called a convention, covenant, protocol, charter, pact, etc.) is an agreement between two or more nations or international organizations. It may be bilateral (between two countries), or multilateral (between three or more countries). Example: International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage, June 19, 1975, 973 U.N.T.S. 3, 9 I.L.M. 45.

Online Access to International Law

Westlaw and Lexis

Both Westlaw and Lexis contain Statutes at Large, U.S.T., T.I.A.S, Bevans, Treaties in Force, and International Legal Materials.

Additional Resources

Even with all the right tools, treaty research can be quite difficult and time consuming. For additional guidance please refer to the LRC's Treaty Research Libguide web page.

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