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EBA (Evidence-Based Acquisition): Cambridge Law Reports Collection

This guide describes the new Evidence-Based Acquisition (EBA) subscriptions available at Unisa Library

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Video on using the Cambridge Law Reports Collection

Access Expiring date

At the end of June 2023, the lease will expire with an option to a further12 month access.

What are included in the Cambridge Law Reports Collection

The Cambridge Law Reports collection provides access to International Law Reports and ICSID Reports

The International Law Reports is an essential holding for every library providing even minimal international law coverage, offering access to the whole range of international case law in one publication, in a manner which is both efficient and economical. Six volumes are published each year.

The ICSID Reports provide the only comprehensive published collection of arbitral awards and decisions given under the auspices of the World Bank's International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes or pursuant to other multilateral or 

bilateral investment treaties, including in particular the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT). These decisions, which are fully indexed, make an important contribution to the growing body of jurisprudence on international investment.

Benefits of EBA to libraries

EBA (Evidence Based Acquisition) provides library users access to an extensive range of content easily, efficiently, and affordably. It allows librarians to align budget spend with demonstrated need based on raw usage data. Selection of content is directly based on yearly user engagement.