Private International Law Research
Private international law is the law made by separate governments agreeing to recognize and enforce transactions made between citizens of their separate countries.
State Department Guide - Link to documents and explanations of how the U.S. supports private cross-border transactions through international law.
Hague Academy Collected Courses - Scholarly investigations of private international law theories and specialized subjects.
Organization of American States- CIDIP - Organization that coordinates private international law agreements in the Western Hemisphere.
Trans-Lex - University of Cologne's links to many countries' contract laws, outline of private international law principles, bibliography, glossary, and more.
If any of these resources ask you for a user name and password, log-in to https://sremote.pitt.edu with your Pitt user name and password and look for the source in the University's database list. If you still can't get in, you will have to access it from a computer inside the law school building.