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Guide to Comparative Corporate Research Resources: Home

in support of Comparative Corporate Law course


Start with secondary sources and finding tools to help you find and understand the primary law. The boxes below include links to the major resources we talked about in class. If you don't have access to any resources that look helpful, let me know and I'll see if there's a way to provide access. Also, don't hesitate to ask for help. Anne Burnett,, Law Library Annex 2.

Start with Secondary Sources and Finding Tools

Research Guides: Look for a free online research guide covering your jurisdiction(s). Globalex at NYU is an excellent collection of research guides. The Law Library of Congress also produces thorough research guides for selected jurisdictions. Search the web for additional research guides.

Databases and Websites with Primary Sources of Law

General Resources on Scholarly Legal Writing

Finding Articles

Expand your search for articles beyond Westlaw and Lexis with the resources in our Find Articles guide.

To catch articles pre-publication, make sure to search the Legal Scholarship Network in SSRN.

Examples of books and ebooks in the Law Library

examples of books in Main Library

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