If you're researching any legal issue — domestic or international, criminal or non-criminal — involving terrorism, make Andrew Grossman's Research Guide to Cases and Materials on Terrorism one of your first stops.
The author, a retired U.S. Foreign Service Officer and lawyer, writes in his introduction:
The point of this survey is not so much to list sources — many of these could be found with a search engine and legal database; others by using some of the better bibliographic sites listed here. It is rather to provide some assistance in planning research and in formulating issues to address — to examine the range of issues and provide links, first to sources that are considered reliable and unbiased, then to specimen law cases and scholarly articles and, finally, to opinions and arguments not otherwise adumbrated which, even if they are in support of a particular agenda are coherent, plausible and forthright in their advocacy or apologia. Collected here are many of the major court cases involving terrorism and terrorists of the modern era, as well as a sampling of issues related to terrorism.
Mr. Grossman's guide is hosted by New York University's GlobaLex, which publishes top-quality guides to researching foreign, comparative and international law. More information is available at the About GlobaLex page.
[A virtual hat-tip to GlobaLex editor Mirela Roznovschi.]