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Join us on 3/28 for a Foreign and Comparative Law Webinar on “Firearms Legislation in Brazil and Mexico”

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The following post is a guest post by foreign law specialists Eduardo Soares and Gustavo Guerra. Eduardo has previously published the following posts: The Law Library’s New Report on the Regulation of Stem Cell Research, The Civil Law System – Global Legal Collection HighlightsLaws Behind the Rio Olympics, and New Report on Civic Space Legal Framework in Portugal and Romania, among others. Gustavo has previously published the following posts: Cuban Law – Global Legal Collection HighlightsMexican Law – Global Legal Collection Highlights, Legislation on Use of Water in Agriculture, and FALQs: Cuban Legal System, among others. 

Join us on March 28, 2024, at 2:00 p.m. EDT for another entry in the Foreign and Comparative Law Webinar series. Foreign law specialists Eduardo Soares and Gustavo Guerra will present an overview of the legal and regulatory frameworks that govern the use of firearms in Brazil and Mexico, including the main authorities responsible for enforcing applicable laws as well as criminal and administrative penalties that may be imposed for violating firearms regulations. Register here.

Eduardo Soares and Gustavo Guerra serve as foreign law specialists at the Global Legal Research Directorate at the Law Library of Congress. Eduardo’s work covers Brazil and Portuguese-speaking jurisdictions, while Gustavo’s covers Mexico and other Spanish-speaking jurisdictions.

Eduardo obtained an LL.M. in international legal studies from the American University Washington College of Law and a law degree from Universidade Federal Fluminense in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Gustavo obtained an LL.M. in international legal studies from Georgetown University Law Center and a law degree from the University of Sonora, Mexico.


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