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International Criminal Law: Home

Purpose of this guide

This guide is intended for students and researchers studying international criminal law at the University of Oxford, although students and researchers from any field may find it useful.

Use this guide to find out about sources and commentary for international criminal law, including ebooks, ejournals, and databases.

International Criminal Law: quick start

Resources available to all with access to the internet

Looking for a Reading List title?

When you search SOLO for books on your Oxford Law Faculty Reading List you may find that the location is shown as Law Library Reserve Collection & have shelf marks beginning KC. Books in the Law Reserve collection must be asked for at the Enquiry Desk on Level 2. Please remember to bring your Oxford University Card or your Bodleian Reader's Card when you come to the Desk.
Note.  The books in the Reserve Collection are available to all categories of readers, not just those on the particular course.

In the Bodleian Law Library, the majority of the current collection for this topic is on open shelf on Level 3. 

This is one floor above the entrance level to the library. It is accessible by both stairs and a lift.

On Level 3 you will find,

International law reports - shelved at Internat 100s
Internatonal Law Journals volumes 2000 to date - shelved at Internat 300.  (If you require a volume from 1999 or earlier, you can find these on the Ground Floor of the Law Library)
Monographs, grouped in broad classifications as follows:
Internat 500  general works on public international law - many of which may have relevant chapters on international criminal law
Internat 580  International criminal law
Internat 570 Human Rights Law
Internat 750 War and armed conflict

If your research interests extend beyond the strictly legal, SOLO may point you to useful materials in other parts of the Bodleian such as:

Related Bodleian guides

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