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International Anti-Corruption Law Research Guide


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Foreign Law

Below are selected resources that may be useful in locating foreign anticorruption laws. For an introduction about researching foreign law (both in general and jurisdiction-specific), Foreign and Comparative Law Research Guide.

  • Getting the Deal Through (GTDT) (Georgetown Law only)
    This multi-jurisdictional resource offers in-depth, practitioner-written summaries of anti-corruption regulations in 29 jurisdictions throughout the world. Begin by going to the Topics page and selecting the link for Anti-Bribery and Corruption, then select a jurisdiction or use the comparison tool to compare laws across multiple jurisdictions. Also available on Bloomberg Law and Lexis.
  • Foreign Law Guide
    Use this subscription database to identify primary law sources for jurisdictions outside the U.S. Content is organized by jurisdiction and by subject; for some of the jurisdictions covered, a subject category for Corruption, etc. will include references to major laws and resources for researching the topic (see e.g. France). Includes electronic links when available as well as citations to print sources.