January 18, 2007
Strategies and Sources for International Legal Research
Lee F. Peoples, Associate Director, Oklahoma City University Law Library, and Law Librarian Blog Contributing Editor, has published Strategies and Sources for International Legal Research. The paper was presented at Global Issues in Law and Finance Conference, June 30, 2005 in London, England, which was jointly sponsored by the Credit Law Institute and the Conference on Consumer Finance Law.
The article can be found at 60 Quarterly Report: Conference on Consumer Finance Law 412 (2006) and in the SSRN repository. Here's the abstract:
The content of the paper is based on the course Advanced Legal Research: Foreign, Comparative and International Law (hereinafter FCIL) that I teach along with Professor Judith Morgan at the Oklahoma City University School of Law. The paper focuses on research strategies and reference sources for foreign and international law. Specifically it discusses finding treaties, foreign law research and international trade in goods research.
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