To find an item in Loyola's collection that is not listed at right, please use Loyola's online catalog. Some suggested Library of Congress Subject Headings for titles on international commercial arbitration are:
Arbitration and award
Arbitration and award, International
Arbitration and award, International--Cases
For suggested titles on introductions to the topic of international commercial arbitration, see the "Getting Started" tab. To locate books in libraries outside the Loyola University Chicago system, use the WorldCat database. Loyola Chicago Law School patrons should use ILLiad to request materials from non-Loyola libraries.
Note that the subscription database, KluwerArbitration, which is available through the Law Library's home page, contains the full texts of a number of treatises and other print materials on the topic of international commercial arbitration. Titles in KluwerArbitration are listed in the online catalog and may be accessed there with a valid Loyola login and password. A full list of books available in KluwerArbitration is listed through the link above.
The full texts of several treatises related to the topic of international commercial arbitration are available in Westlaw. For law school subscribers, from the main Westlaw screen, go to "International Materials," then "International Arbitration Materials," then "Treatises" to find Domke on Commercial Arbitration (current through August 2016).
Foreign language/English legal dictionaries are located in the 3rd Floor Reference Section in the K52 range in the Law Library. Some foreign language/English commercial dictionaries are available in the Lewis Library on the 6th floor of the Philip H. Corboy Law Center.
The following are PowerPoint presentations that were prepared for various LUC Law School courses related to international commercial and investment arbitration.
Prepared in the summer of 2009, and updated in February 2012, this 23-page guide offers instructions and tips on how to research foreign, comparative, and international law at the LUC Law Library. The annotated guide lists print reference sources, subscription databases, free websites, and current awareness sources that may be useful when approaching foreign, comparative, and international law questions.