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Join Us on 5/19 for our Webinar: “Afghanistan’s Legal Order in Transition: The Possible Path Forward in an Uncertain Environment”

Posted by: Susan Taylor

The following is a guest post by Tariq Ahmad, a Foreign Law Specialist in the Global Legal Research Directorate of the Law Library of Congress.  On May 19, 2022, at 2pm EDT, guest speaker Dr. Shamshad Pasarlay will present our next Foreign and Comparative Law webinar, “Afghanistan’s Legal Order in Transition: The Possible Path Forward in an Uncertain …

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Official Gazettes: Afghanistan to Zimbabwe

Posted by: Kurt Carroll

While the United States does not publish an official gazette, most countries of the world do.  These primary law sources are invaluable for foreign legal research.  While no two countries’ gazettes are identical, most contain legislation, orders, regulations, statutory instruments, and international agreements.  Some even include decisions of courts and administrative agencies.  The currency of …

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Law Library of Congress Report Examines Economic Espionage Laws in Selected Countries

Posted by: Ruth Levush

A recently published Law Library of Congress report, Economic Espionage Laws, “addresses economic espionage laws and the regulation of fraudulent filing of corporate, import-export, and banking documentation” in sixteen countries. The report consists of a comparative summary followed by individual country surveys for sixteen countries. The countries surveyed are Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, India, Israel, …

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The Most Viewed In Custodia Legis Posts of 2021

Posted by: Kelly Goles

This past year, we published more than 230 new posts on this blog, In Custodia Legis. As usual, these were written by multiple authors, both on the blog team and guest bloggers, from the different parts of the Law Library and the Library of Congress. The blog team has representatives from our team of reference …