Saturday, May 06, 2006

Using Other People for International Law Research

Lyonette Louis-Jacques of the American Association of Law Libraries' Foreign, Comparative and International Law section has written a helpful guide to finding comparative and international law experts. The text is based on a presentation she made in April in Auston, Texas.

"Working as part of a global legal information community can be pretty nifty! So, if your foreign, comparative, and international law... research engine won’t start, find some people you can call on for a jumpstart. They can set you in motion to find the information you need to help your users!"

It explains how to use online course syllabi, discussion forums, listservs and web portals to identify people from around the world who may be able to provide research assistance.

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