Please send me any questions re research resources! Anne Burnett, email@example.com.
While you are in Oxford, you will have access to most of the electronic resources that you can access here.
If you find that you need a chapter from a hard copy book or an article in a journal not available to you online, we can usually scan and email it to you.
If you want to learn, or brush up on, a foreign language, go to this link to create an account and password for Pronunciator
Access your Westlaw, Lexis and Bloomberg accounts exactly as you do here.
The only difference is that you will need to use an attached printer for all three (no free Lexis printouts there).
EISIL - points researchers to the highest quality primary materials, authoritative web sites and helpful research guides to international law on the Internet
Ecolex - access to national environmental laws and court decisions
EurLex - the portal to European Union Law
Globalex - research guides for most nations and international law subjects
Natlex - access to national labor laws
WIPO Lex - access to national IP laws
UN Treaty Collection - contains the United Nations Treaty Series, status of treaties, recent developments
You should be able to access these databases, organized alphabetically, using your UGA login. Let me know if you have any difficulty and I'll trouble shoot at this end.