Foreign, Comparative, Transnational, and International Legal Research

March 24, 2008

Don't know where to find the criminal code for the Ivory Coast?  Or jurisprudence from the Constitutional Court of South Africa?  Or a case decided by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights?  Try the F/I Research Resources page.  This page will link you to primary and secondary sources to help you get started on your research.  The Country-by-Country Guide will point you to valuable legal research guides for each country in the world.  You will also find annotated lists of foreign and international databases, both open-access and subscription-based.  For specialized assistance with your research, please do not hesitate to contact Teresa Miguel or any of our reference librarians.

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