Oxford Law Resources
Wednesday, 17 September 2014
Migration of Oxford Law Online services
On 24 July 2013, OUP are migrating the Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International
Law, Oxford Reports on International Law and Investment Claims to a new platform
Migration of Oxford Law Online services 2013
Oxford Law Resources Product Information
See also Offers to CAUL/CEIRC - Licences - Technical/Sales Support - Statistics
ORIL Brochure (4/7/08)
Oxford Reports on International Law is a new modular service offering broad coverage of international case law from international courts and tribunals, domestic courts and ad hoc tribunals. The current modules included are: (20/8/08)
International Law in Domestic Courts (ILDC) (25/3/09)
International Criminal Law (ICL)
International Human Rights Law (IHRL)
International Investment Claims (IIC)
Investment Claims (IC) - NEW (14/1/09)
Oxford Reports on International Courts of General Jurisdiction (ICGJ) comes for free with a subscription to one or more modules of ORIL. Access is automatically set up when a customer’s subscription to ORIL is processed. (17/11/10)
The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (MPEPIL)
A New Edition of the Definitive Reference Work on Public International Law. (4/7/08)
Launching August 2008. This is a fully updated online edition of the Encyclopedia of Public International Law published in print between 1991 and 2001 under the general editorship of Rudolf Bernhardt.
MPEPIL Brochure (4/7/08)
Oxford Scholarly Authorities on International Law (OSAIL)
Oxford Scholarly Authorities on International Law (OSAIL) 2013 titles list (24/7/13)
Oxford Competition Law (OCL)
Oxford Legal Research Library
Oxford Legal Research Library (OLRL) is a new family of products from Oxford University Press, providing integrated access across collections of key law titles in a variety of subject areas. OLRL currently includes two collections, International Commercial Arbitration and International Commercial Law, and the family will be extended later in 2014 to include a further two collections, Private International Law and Financial Law.
OLRL Brochure (17/9/14)
Oxford Constitutions Online
Oceana Law (14/5/08)
Oceana will be phased out and replaced with the new Oxford Constitutions Online, due in 2012. Once OCO has launched, existing customers will be automatically migrated to the new site at no extra cost for the remainder of their subscription. OCO will contain all three resources plus monographs and will link everything together via the Oxford Law Citator (20/12/11)
- Constitutions of the Countries of the World
- Constitutions of Dependencies and Territories
- Constitutions of the United States
Territories and International Agreements
New York Code of Professional Responsibility and Ethics
International Law in Domestic Courts (ILDC)
New benefits for ILDC subscribers
Free access to ICJ and PCIJ cases: From August ILDC subscribers will have automatic free access to the new Oxford Reports on International Courts of General Jurisdiction module, which includes cases from the International Court of Justice and Permanent Court of International Justice.
The Oxford Law Citator: The Oxford Law Citator is powerful research tool provided free of charge with Oxford Reports on International Law. It is an ongoing project which will continually improve and enhance linking and referencing throughout the service.
How to access International Law in Domestic Courts after 10th July, 2008.
NEWS 2/7/08: On 10th July 2008 ILDC will become part of a broader service called Oxford Reports on International Law.
New! Online Law Service - Launching September 2006! (11/8/06)
International Law in Domestic Courts (ILDC) is an online law reporting service focusing on the salience of international law issues before domestic courts.
Sales Contact: Marika Whitfield, Library Sales Manager, Australia and New Zealand, Oxford Online Resources and Journals (ACT, SA, TAS, WA, NT and NZ) (5/8/14)
Anthony Teo, Regional Sales Manager (QLD, NSW and VIC) (5/8/14)
IP blocking principles via HighWire - OUP version (1/8/08)
CAUL Pricing / Offers to CAUL/CEIRC
Members-only documents are accessible from the display at the end of this page.
2012 pricing onwards, see Oxford Reference Online
Oxford Law (ORIL, Oceana) 2011 pricing for CAUL (17/8/10) [Members only]
ORIL 2010 pricing for CAUL, including individual modules ILDC+ICL+IHRL+IIC+IC, & Max Planck EPILO & Oceana Law products (25/3/09, updated 17/11/09, valid to 31/12/10) [Members only]
ORIL 2009 pricing for CAUL, including individual modules ILDC+ICL+IHRL+IIC, & Max Planck EPILO (31/7/08, updated to include IC 14/1/09)) [Members only]
ILDC 2008 pricing for CAUL (27/8/07) [Members only]
Access will be for an entire institution, as with our other products, but the pricing is based on the FTE of the law school only rather than the FTE of the whole institution. Prices are:
USD $2,090 for an academic institution with a law school FTE of 299 or less
USD $2,490 for an academic institution with a law school FTE of 300-749
USD $2,990 for an academic institution with a law school FTE of 750 or more
It is worth noting at this stage that increases in the region of 10% will be applied for each of the next two years. Because so much content will be added in the fortnightly updates, the value of the resource will increase at an above-average rate, and we need the pricing to reflect this.
For non-academic, non-commercial institutions, the price is a flat USD $1,995, with a projected 12.5% increase each year for three years.
Oceana Law 2009 pricing for CAUL (12/8/08) [Members only]
Oceana Law 2008pricing for CAUL (14/5/08) [Members only]