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, & international law research for the non-specialist. Chapter One describes the problems of language & meaning that are inherent in such research. Chapter Two illustrates how an understanding of LC classification contributes to proficient research in these areas of the law. Subsequent chapters cover finding foreign law; specific areas of international law research: treaties, the United nations, & the European Union; specialized areas of research chosen for their relevance to the "real world" of transnational legal practice & scholarly research. Each chapter also describes the subject & suggests a practical research strategy.

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