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Finding Materials in PDF

A guide to resources with primary and secondary content in PDF.

Introduction

This page lists a selection of foreign and international materials available in PDF, which varies greatly by jurisdiction. For more general help in this area, please consult the law library's other research guides on:

United Nations

Treaties: Official and Unofficial Sources

United States: Official Sources

  • United States Treaties and Other International Agreements (U.S.T.): second official (bound) printing
  • Treaties and Other International Acts Series (T.I.A.S.): first official (slip) printing
  • U.S. Statutes at Large (Stat.): official source for U.S. treaties prior to 1950

 


United Nations: Official Source

 


Unofficial Source

  • International Legal Materials: HeinOnline (1962 to date)

European Union

Official Journal of the European Union: Eur-Lex (1998 to date)

United Kingdom

Cases

Law Reports (1865-to date): Westlaw (login required)

Weekly Law Reports (1953 to date): Westlaw (login required)

English Reports Full Reprint (1220-1867):

 


Statutes

Statutes at Large

 


Government Documents and Legislative History

House of Commons Parliamentary Papers: 1688-2004