Print Research - Foreign and Comparative LawElectronic Research - Foreign and Comparative LawForeign Law Research Example : Civil Rights Laws in CanadaComparative Law Research Example : Gender-Based Legal Quotas in India, France, and Brazil
Introduction to Public International LawResearching Treaties and International Agreements: An OverviewUnited NationsEuropean UnionInternational Human Rights LawImmigration, Migration, and Asylum Law
Overview: Private International Law and Civil Litigation in the United StatesInternational Commercial Arbitration
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Introduction to Foreign, Comparative, and International Law (FCIL) Research  

This guide discusses foreign, comparative, and international law, legal concepts, and research.
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This guide provides information, resources, instructions, and tips for researching foreign, comparative, and international law (FCIL).


A Word About Books...

For instructions on how to use the law library's electronic catalog to find books, see our Guide to Using the Law Library Catalog.

Remember that the books in the library are organized by subject, as indicated by their call numbers.

Although this guide is thorough, it is not exhaustive, and cannot list every book in our library collection discussing foreign, comparative, or international law. Therefore, you may find additional relevant resources by browsing the shelves near the books listed in the guide.

Law students may check out books for three weeks.

If you would like to access a book that we do not have in our collection, it can be ordered for you through InterLibrary Loan (ILL).


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