Domestic Case Law on International Crimes (The DomCLIC Project)
September 22, 2010 at 8:27 AM
The DomCLIC Project from The Hague Justice Portal is a searchable and browsable database of domestic case law on international criminal law. It currently includes about 400 cases, but the website claims it is ever expanding. Cases are arranged by case name, by the country in which an alleged crime took place (context of crimes), and by country of proceedings. For each case, the database typically includes court documents, a summary, and links to news stories and related cases.
Other materials available at The Hague Justice Portal include The Hague Justice Journal and the PCA Awards Project. The eventual goal of the PCA Awards Project, begun in 2006, is to digitalize all of the awards rendered by the Permanent Court of Arbitration, founded in 1899.