- ASIL Guide to Electronic Resources in International Law - Research guides from the American Association of International Law (ASIL). A good place to start research. Provides context for areas of international laws with links to legal documents, relevant websites, free databases (and some fee based), bibliographies and more.
- Human Rights
- International Commercial Arbitration
- International Criminal Law
- International Economic Law
- International Environmental Law
- International Intellectual Property Law
- International Organizations
- Private International Law
- United Nations
- These guides are supplemented by the Electronic Information System for International Law (EISIL), "a free online database that organizes and provides links to, and useful information on, web resources from the full spectrum of international law."
- Law Library Resources Xchang (LLRX) - Comparative and Foreign Law.
- Law School Guides for foreign, international and comparative law- provide context and useful links.
- New York University GlobaLex -advanced guides to specific topics in foreign/international/comparative law research
- Brooklyn Law School Library- Introduction to International Law Research
- Foreign & International Law Resources: An Annotated Guide to Web Sites Around the World - Harvard Law School Library
- Legal Research on International Law Issues Using the Internet - University of Chicago