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Foreign & International Relations Database, Tips and Tricks
Shannon Furtak

HeinOnline’s Foreign and International Law Resources Database fills the void in online access to important international law research documents. Presented in five parts, this collection enables researchers to easily search across multiple international law titles simultaneously. Like most other HeinOnline content, the Foreign and International Law Resources Database contains documents from inception in an image-based (PDF) and fully searchable format.

Browse all available titles using the convenient letter index, or choose a subcollection to start your research:

To search for cases in this collection, use the Advanced Search tool. For example, if you are looking for the 2009 case Kay Labate v Commission of the European Communities, change the drop-down menu of one of the search fields to Title and enter a portion of the case title; also, enter 2009 to 2009 in the date range fields:

The search results contain all relevant cases from the European Court Reports.

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