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Welcome to Our Foreign and International Law Links Guide
Welcome to the foreign and international law links guide maintained by the S.J. Quinney Law Library at the University of Utah. Here you will find links to online legal research resources for foreign and international law. Additional online legal research resources may be found on our other links guides:
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The Difference Between Foreign and International Law
One question often asked by students is what is the difference between foreign law and international law? The difference is:
Foreign Law: The law of that jurisdiction as it applies to that those within that jurisdiction, and created by that jurisdiction. Example: The law of France as it applies to French citizens and visitors to France.
International Law: The law between two jurisdictions. Based upon a number of sources including treaties, United Nations Resolutions, and historic precedent. Example: The law used to resolve a dispute between France and Spain.
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