This guide is intended to provide research sources for Comparative Constitutional Law seminar students.
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Foreign law refers to the laws of individual foreign countries.
Comparative law compares aspects of the laws or legal systems of two or more countries.
Public international law governs legal relations between countries, referred to as nation-states or states, and other international entities.
Private international law concerns laws related to private persons (e.g., individuals or companies) in situations that cross country borders.
Widely recommended books for law students writing papers are: