If the parties can join the contract, indicate the full date on which the contract was concluded at signing. Otherwise, indicate the full date on which it was signed or accepted. If available, indicate the date it came into effect. Parties to a bilateral treaty should be placed in parentheses immediately after the title, with the names of the parties separated by a dash. Where appropriate, an informal/short title may be indicated in parentheses before the specific reference and used in the references below. The main international agreements on climate change are below. The full text of the contract is linked, as is the UN treaty website, which contains details on participants and key data. In addition to UK and EU legislation, you may need to refer to international treaties, international court cases, and documents from international organisations. References to some frequently cited documents are below. OSCOLA`s complete guide to referencing international law is available here: www.law.ox.ac.uk/sites/files/oxlaw/oscola_2006_citing_international_law.pdf To find books in libraries outside of Colombia, use WorldCat.
Columbia Law School students who wish to borrow books from outside Colombia by remote borrowing (ILL) should consult librarians at the reference desk. A quotation from a treaty or other international agreement should contain the name of the agreement; the parties, if any; where applicable, the above-mentioned subdivision; the date of signature; and the source(s) in which the contract is found. If you need additional advice on finding books, contact the librarians at the reference desk. Reference times are available on the Diamond Law Library homepage. Cite UN documents in the following order: Author, « title » document reference date. In italics, you only format the title of a UN document if it has been published as a book (i.e. it has an ISBN), in which case the UN-Doc number is not required. Quote full titles in the first citation and shortened titles later….