The Law Bod has an active subscription to OSAIL: Oxford Scholarly Authorities for International Law – although this is not yet obvious if you are searching SOLO by the book or author details.
The authorities which are online via OSAIL are a formidable collection:
MCNAIR The Law of Treaties
HIGGINS Problems and Process
CASSESE The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court
UK MOD The Manual of the Law Armed Conflict
VERMULST The WTO Anti-Dumping Agreement
SYKES The WTO Agreement on Safeguards
MCMAHON The WTO Agreement on Agriculture
BODANSKY ET AL The Oxford Handbook of International Environmental Law
CRAWFORD The Creation of States in International Law
MCLEAN Transnational Organized Crime
CORREA Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights
MUCHLINSKI Multinational Enterprises & the Law
DENZA Diplomatic Law
FRANCIONI ED The 1972 World Heritage Convention
NOWAK The United Nations Convention Against Torture
GARDINER Treaty Interpretation
JENNINGS,WATTS Oppenheim’s International Law
BETHLEHEM ET AL The Oxford Handbook of International Trade Law
BINDER ET AL International Investment Law for the 21st Century
ROBERTS Satow’s Diplomatic Practice
FREESTONE,STRECK Legal Aspects of Carbon Trading
SALACUSE The Law of Investment Treaties
SCHABAS The International Criminal Court
CRAWFORD ET AL The Law of International Responsibility
ZIMMERMANN The 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees and its 1967 Protocol
CORTEN,KLEIN The Vienna Conventions on the Law of Treaties
LAUTERPACHT,HERSCH The Function of Law in the International Community
DOSWALD-BECK Human Rights in Times of Conflict and Terrorism
WHITE ET AL Counter-Terrorism
FREEMAN ET AL The UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women
Following this link to OSAIL should work – if you are not on the OU network/domain, and don’t have a VPN on your own computer, you will be asked for your Oxford Single Sign On username and password.
Note. You can move between the various sections of the platform Oxford Public International Law – namely OSAIL, MPEPIL (Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law) and ORIL (Oxford Reports on International Law) – via the Product Selector panel on the homepage of each, and the Oxford Citator related items panel links.
A couple of routes to see these books presented from cover to cover (so to speak) are suggested below.
Both start with clicking on the Advanced Search option in OSAIL and using the drop down menu to find Author/contributor option and putting in the surname.
Then, on the results screen – you can EITHER resort by Table of Contents Order
OR Click on the hyperlinked name of the work.