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Starting Points for Foreign Law Research: Guides: Legal Systems & FL Research
This guide highlights foreign law sources available to Brooklyn Law School patrons. Developed by Victoria Szymczak and revised by Jean Davis.
Marci Hoffman, ed.Foreign Law Guide - Online subscription source that provides information about laws in approx. 190 foreign jurisdictions. Each entry describes the foreign legal system and key sources of laws and regulations. Includes cites to English-language translations of primary legal materials and cites to some secondary sources.
Bloomberg Law > Browse [All Content]: Secondary Sources > Search Reference Materials > check: Getting the Deal Through (GTDT). In keywords search box, add a country name. GTDTprovides current subject overviews of nearly 30 countries' laws. These subject overviews focus on business, intellectual property and trade topics. (Countries covered vary by topic.) Topic "Dispute Resolution" outlines the court system and time limits for bringing selected civil claims in the countries covered by GTDT.