Private International Law

 
 

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Private International Law

Private International Law (PRIL) is a collection of key reference works within the Oxford Legal Research Library (OLRL). The service brings together some of the leading works in the field and provides an unrivalled resource for practitioners and scholars researching in the private international law fields.

Delivering valuable content in an interlinked, searchable and easy-to-access format, the service contains authoritative works including:

  • Fawcett et al: Cheshire, North, and Fawcett on Private International Law Fourteenth Edition
  • Briggs: Agreements on Jurisdiction and Choice of Law
  • Garnett: Substance and Procedure in Private International Law
  • Raphael: The Anti-Suit Injunction
  • Briggs: Private International Law in English Courts

An Unparalleled Resource for Practitioners

PRIL supports practitioners by providing:

  • Integrated access to leading reference works from the prestigious Oxford University Press private international law portfolio
  • Full text and advanced searching across all available titles; narrow your results by title, author, or subject area
  • A current service, with new works and editions added regularly
  • Extensive linking through the Oxford Law Citator to information about cases and other primary materials, including integration with other key online services