Join us on September 22 at 2 p.m. EDT for a foreign and comparative law webinar titled, “Laws of Mexico and How to Find Them Online.”
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Flyer announcing upcoming foreign law webinar, Laws of Mexico and How to Find Them Online, created by Kelly Goles.
Foreign law specialist Gustavo Guerra will cover the laws of Mexico and where you can find them online. His presentation will focus on primary sources available on websites maintained by the Mexican government. He will also cover online sources maintained by private institutions and some print publications available in our collections.
Gustavo Guerra holds an LL.M in international legal studies from the Georgetown University Law Center and a law degree from the University of Sonora, Mexico. Gustavo is a foreign law specialist at the Global Legal Research Directorate at the Law Library of Congress. He covers Mexico and several other Spanish-speaking jurisdictions in his work for the Law Library.
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