Bonjour la liste! Hope everyone is doing well! I haven’t been posting as much to Int-Law, so I have no idea! 😊 But, it seems that most everyone’s research questions are being answered, so that’s wunderbar.
I have one which I hope y’all can help me with. If the answer to it is NO, that would be good to know.
Is there a BEST print resource for foreign, comparative, and international law (FCIL) research? As in, it hasn’t been digitized, does not exist in electronic format?
Also, I just thought of another question – any great FCIL research videos, podcasts, etc.? Besides the UN Audio-Visual Library? Just realized Bob Berring’s Commando Legal Research: International Law is still only in VHS…
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