The growth of international trade has generated a complex and ever-expanding body of primary law, including treaties and international agreements, national legislation, and trade dispute settlement case law. This research guide focuses on the multilateral trading system administered by the World Trade Organization and on the major regional trade agreements to which the U.S. is a party.
See the Subscription Databases page of this research guide for more detailed information about the resources listed above.
If you need assistance with international trade law research, visit the reference desk, located in the Reading Room on the second floor of the Williams Library. Or contact the library's International and Foreign Law Department by phone (202-662-4195) or by email (email@example.com). Students, faculty, and staff of the Georgetown Law Center may chat with a librarian online or request a research consultation.
For questions about U.S. customs law and tariffs, consult the Law Library's Customs Law (U.S.) research guide. For questions about non-U.S. customs law and tariffs, consult the Law Library's Customs Law research guide.
For research involving disputes between foreign investors and host states, consult the Law Library's guide to International Investment Law. For research involving transnational commercial disputes between private parties, consult the Law Library's guide to International Commercial Arbitration.
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