The UN's International Court of Justice issues both:
Just like a domestic court, the ICJ also issues other orders along its way to the final judgment, such as rulings on its jurisdiction to hear the case, requests for extensions of time, and requests by other parties to intervene in the case.
Generally, the best choices for researching ICJ cases are the ICJ's website and Oxford Reports on International Law (ORIL):
Additionally, both Lexis and Westlaw allow complex terms and connectors searching of ICJ materials:
The traditional print sources of ICJ materials are also available at the library and scanned on HeinOnline:
The traditional print digests used to look up ICJ cases by subject are also available at the library:
Below are particularly recent and significant books on the International Court of Justice. For more books, search the library catalog for SUBJECT: International Court of Justice.