Accidental Tourist on the New Frontier: An Introductory Guide to Global Legal Research

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F.B. Rothman, 1998 - Law - 294 pages
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This book is a basic guide to foreign, comparative, andinternational law research for the non-specialist. ChapterOne describes the problems of language and meaning that areinherent in such research. Chapter Two illustrates how anunderstanding of LC classification contributes to proficientresearch in these areas of the law. Subsequent chapterscover finding foreign law; specific areas of internationallaw research: treaties, the United Nations, and theEuropean Union; specialized areas of research chosen fortheir relevance to the "real world" of transnational legalpractice and scholarly research. Each chapter alsodescribes the subject and suggests a practical researchstrategy.

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