Intended as an aid to judges and litigants when foreign or international law (including treaties and customary norms) forms a part of the case before them.... Begins with a primer on international law\u27s sources and status in U.S. courts. Jurisdictional, preliminary, and procedural concerns, like immunities and evidence-gathering, next are treated. The Benchbook then provides discussions of concrete instances in which such issues may arise; for example, arbitration, child abduction, human rights, and the international sale of goods. It concludes with issues of interpretation and research resources.--Preface Reproduced with permission of the American Association of International Law.http://digitalcommons.law.uga.edu/books/1102/thumbnail.jp
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