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International and Foreign Law

Key research books for public international law

Reference sources include encyclopaedias, dictionaries, yearbooks and bibliographies.  They contain information that will help you to more fully understand the broader context and terminology of the international law topic you are researching through background and foundation information about your topic.  They will also direct you towards relevant courts and cases as well as related secondary sources.

Using these resources is an excellent first step in your research and will help you structure your research and point to key primary and secondary sources.

Research guides

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