Key Resources

Academic law journals from North America and the Commonwealth, international materials (laws, treaties, cases, reports), and annotated constitutions.
Working papers, policy briefs, economic indicators, conference proceedings, books and journal abstracts in the area of international affairs theory and research
Introduction to researching international law, including the foundational theories and basics, how to choose a good research question, etc
Provides access to legal information, including case law and legislation, from 48+ countries worldwide, and links to 15,000 legal websites from every country.

Foreign law is the law of other countries, while international law includes the rules of how countries act toward one another, whether by treaty or otherwise. Use this guide to begin your research, and contact Julie Lavigne, the Legal Studies Librarian, for more help.

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