THE HAGUE, 16 April 2007. Today, as its sixtieth anniversary year draws to a close, the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the principal judicial organ of the United Nations, launched its new website.
This user-friendly tool, which has a powerful search engine, contains five times more information than the old site, particularly on the 136 cases which the Court has dealt with since 1946. Easier to use, with its improved navigation, the site complies with international accessibility standards established for web users with visual impairments, who will thus be able to access the full range of content.
The new website can be accessed at the usual address: www.icj-cij.org.
Thanks to Sharon Wang, Reference Librarian, Osgoode Hall Law School Law Library, for the tip.