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.
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