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Did you know the United Nations Treaty Collection is available online?
The U.N. Treaty Collection is one of the most comprehensive collections of treaties between nations and it's all available for free from the United Nations webstie. Select the link on the right to explore this valuable resource.
- University of Utah students, faculty and staff only. Off-campus access may be available for students, faculty and staff. Resource available to public patrons at University of Utah libraries.
- S.J. Quinney College of law students, faculty & staff only.
- Resource requires password (please ask a reference librarian to log you in).
Links without one of these keys are free and available to everyone.
Public International Law vs. Private International Law
Public international law governs the relationships among and between nations. Private international law deals with private relationships across national borders. Private international law is also called conflict of laws in the US.
General Resources on International Law