Use a secondary source to lead you to the primary source.
Try searching a legal news source like:
You can also search for a law review article on the case. Remembering that for the most recent cases, information about the case may be gleaned from legal news and blogs, but are less likely to appear in a scholarly article.
Search through the articles for an article that provides a reference to the relevant case.
Interpret the citation to figure out which international body heard the case and try:
1. Looking for a database that includes decisions from that international body.
2. Looking at the international body's website for the relevant documents.
In this case, we are looking for Permanent Court of Arbitration decisions.
Look for the case in multiple places to see what related documents each new source provides.
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Select Institutions and then limit to Administering institution: PCA to get
Edited by Professor Andrew Newcombe is Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Legal News and Law Blogs often discuss emerging cases and may give you enough information to find the official case.
Search for the case citation in:
You can look for case commentary in books, scholarly articles or in practitioner oriented databases like