Yale Law School and Cornell Law School are part of a new effort to get free legal information and legal content to academics, researchers and policymakers in developing countries in a bid to strengthen the rule of law around the globe.

The law libraries at both schools are partners in the Global Online Access to Legal Information project (GOALI), which formally launched March 6 in Geneva. The project provides universities, nonprofits, judges and others in 115 low- and middle-income countries access to thousands of law journals, e-books and databases, with a focus on international law, human rights, humanitarian law, and labor law.

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