The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (MPEPIL) is a major reference work covering topics in international and human rights law.
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It deals with both broad and specific legal issues with an emphasis on the latest international legal developments.
Entries range from legal doctrines to analysis of specific controversies and areas of conflict. It contains 1,618 articles submitted by over 800 authors.
Examples of topics covered include:
- Access to Justice
- Climate Change
- Foreign relations
- International courts and tribunals
- Northern Ireland
- Space Law
- Torture, Prohibition of
The updated MPEPIL can be accessed online via the Library Catalogue or through the Law Libguides page.
The latest print edition is available for consultation at
Law Ref 341.03 MAX