This thirty-ninth installment continues our series on HeinOnline’s digital collections.
HeinOnline’s Philip C. Jessup Library is a relatively small, yet very useful, resource which gathers in one place a compendium of the most successful entries to this prestigious moot court competition since 1960 as well as notable publications of the International Law Students Association. Available ILSA materials include magazine and journal articles published by the orgainization, as well as a comprehensive chronicle of the best submissions for the Applicant and Respondent in each phase of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. The winning submissions are organized by year, with each entry including introductory materials regarding the competition.
This compendium is an ideal source for any aspiring moot court competitor, as well as an excellent resource for one seeking to improve his or her legal writing. This collection may also appeal to those interested in international law; the situations examined by the competitors tend to be hypothetical disputes between nations and the competition itself invites applicants from all over the world.
To access the Philip C. Jessup Library in Hein, click here, select HeinOnline under “Legal Search Engines Research,” and select the collection from the list to your left. Happy Researching!