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Foreign Law Research: Guides to Foreign Research

Guides to Foreign Research

In most case, your best starting point for foreign law research is a guide written by a librarian or lawyer who actually practices in the country whose law you are researching. Popular and reliable guides include:

The Yale and Columbia law libraries have both created "guides to the guides." Browsing to a country in these guides will link you to any available guides on Foreign Law Guide, Globalex, the Library of Congress, or individual library webpages: