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International Trade Law Research Guide

This guide features resources on international trade law.

Introduction

The growth of international trade has generated a complex and ever-expanding body of primary law, including treaties and international agreements, national legislation (unilateral measures), and case law adjudicating inter-state trade disputes.  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.
 

Key Resources for International Trade Research

Help with Related Topics 

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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International & Foreign Reference

International Reference Desk:
Wolff International & Comparative Law Library, Lower Level
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