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Cornell Library at Vermont Law & Graduate School
How to Use this Guide
This Guide provides resources for researching foreign, comparative(*), and international environmental law.
- Start your research with the Research Strategies and Research Guides pages. These will give you an overview of how to begin.
- On the Books page, you'll find highlights from our library's book collection and a link to the library catalog JULIEN.
- Use Subscription Databases to search for law review and journal articles, news, and gateways to constitutions, statutes, and international laws. The hand-picked Free Websites also offer rich information on such topics.
(*) Comparative law is "the study of the similarities and differences between the laws of two or more countries, or between two or more legal systems. Comparative law is not itself a system of law or a body of rules, but rather a method or approach to legal inquiry." (Berring, How to Find the Law, KF240 .C538 1989)