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Levin College of Law

Foreign, Comparative, and International Law

This research guide provides an overview of foreign, comparative, and international law resources available at UF Law.

Foreign Law Research: Key Points

Foreign law is the law of another country. English translations of foreign laws are not always available. Try to consult a variety of sources for any given issue.

Foreign Law Research: Steps

  1. Identify the foreign country and legal topic you want to research.
  2. Read articles, books, and guides about the country.
  3. Note citations to relevant law.
  4. Find the law by interpreting the citations. Need help? Ask a librarian!

Best Foreign Law Research Guides & Databases

Additional Electronic Resources for Foreign Law

Books about Foreign Law