April 2011 International Law Top Blawgs

  1. Covers Chinese law, business and society. By Tom Chow.
  2. Covers laws which regulates actions or events that transcend national frontiers, including human rights, environmental law, immigration, intellectual property and space law. By Derek Deavenport, John Dermody, Travis Hodgkins and Christine Ngo.
  3. Covers German and EU IP law.
  4. Features voices on international law, policy and practice.
  5. Exploring the use of technology for conflict transformation, focusing on the use of information communications technology (ICT) for peacebuilding. From Sanjana Hattotuwa.
  6. Covers international law and international relations.
  7. Covers international criminal law. By Alberto Huapaya.
  8. Edited by Professor Jacob Katz Cogan.
  9. Covers American customs law and international trade law. By Lawrence Friedman.
  10. Covers European Court of Human Rights documents and information.
  11. Covers human rights, free speech, death penalty, LGBT rights, refugees and torture. From Amnesty International.
  12. Covers UK and European human rights cases and laws. By 1 Crown Office Row.
  13. By University of Miami law professor Michael Froomkin. Covers civil liberties, the Internet, Guantanamo, Iraq attrocities, politics and more.
  14. By Professor Mark E. Wojcik and Cindy Galway Buys.
  15. Covers news and discussion on the conflict of laws in private international law cases. Editor is Martin George of the University of Birmingham. Published in association with the Journal of Private International Law.
  16. Covers international laws of war, international law, related human rights topics, international NGOs, and the theory of the just war. By Professor Kenneth Anderson.
  17. Blog of American and European Practitioners and Academics on European and American Constitutional Law (with an eye to the European Constitution), International Law, European Law, and Law and Philosophy.
  18. Covers current law and technology developments affecting business and society. By Nanyang Business School Professor Harry SK Tan.
  19. Covers violations of international humanitarian law, and international attempts to end individual impunity for heinous crimes. Includes review of international tribunals such as ICC, ICTY, and ICTR.