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Selected Statutes:

Title 50a - International Law

Title 52 - Civil Actions

  • Sec. 52-59d. Service of process outside country to be in accordance with treaty or convention or court order.
  • Sec. 52-197b. Discovery outside country to be in accordance with treaty or convention or court order.

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U.S. Department of State - International Judicial Assistance

Useful Websites for Research

  • The American Society of International Law Electronic Resource Guide
    Includes research guides on human rights law, international commercial arbitration, international criminal law, international economic law, international environmental law, international intellectual property law, international organizations, private international law, treaties, and United Nations law.
  • Foreign & International Law Gateways (Harvard Law School)

  • Foreign Law: Law Databases (Cornell Law Library)
    Links to Cornell Law Library's subscription databases, selected subscription databases provided by Cornell University Library, and selected free resources.

  • Hague Conference on Private International Law
    Hague Conventions with status tables that list the member states, the dates of signatures, ratifications, accessions and entries into force, the authorities designated, etc.
  • U.S. Department of State - Private International Law
    Provides a convenient location to find treaties in force for the United States, other international instruments, and information on current negotiations and projects covering the private international law of such areas as trade and commerce, finance and banking, trusts and estates, family and children matters, and international judicial assistance
  • World Legal Information Institute
    Free, independent, and non-profit access to worldwide law
   

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