Tools of the Trade, part III

While we eagerly await the arrival of our Foreign, Comparative and International Law Librarian, we continue to field requests for trainings and materials in these areas of law.  These requests have grown as the law school expands its clinics and programs into increasingly global concerns.

When faced with the daunting task of finding Namibian law online or sources for Chilean ocean policies, I have had the comfort of turning to a source that offers expertly written and exhaustive research guides for almost any area of foreign/international/comparative law.  A project of New York University Law School, Globalex offers the novice researcher a great starting point for research ranging from finding the sources of laws in another country to tracking down bi-lateral trade agreements.  It has quickly become a favorite bookmark of mine.