The Law Librarian Blog (and others) have announced the formal debut of a new database, the International Law Library, within the free web resource site, the World Legal Information Institute. Sir Kenneth James Keith, ONZ, KBE, QC, serving as a judge on the International Court of Justice describes its development and contents along with general support for the Australian pioneers of the LII's, chief among whom is Professor Graham Greenleaf. This database has been available in development over the summer and is included in a general description of the Free Access to Law Movement that will be included in a handbook soon to be published for the International Association of Law Libraries. This database is not quite as comprehensive as indicated in the blogs because it still revolves mostly around the former Commonwealth countries and sources, but among these there is a LawCite citator including several English-speaking jurisdictions such that one can almost "Shepardize" the law of the world! (It records judicial treatment of citations). Most impressive of all, however, is that from within the multinational treaties one finds in the United Nations Treaty Collection (indexed via FLARE freely at the Institute for Advanced Legal Studies in London and within the subscription libraries of Hein Online), WorldLII has pulled out the bilateral agreements, making them more readily accessible. Judicial decisions from international courts and tribunals round out this great new research platform.