Foreign law consists of the rules governing the domestic laws of individual foreign countriescomparative law involves comparing foreign legal principles and institutions with ones own it is a method of studying legal problems rather than a body of rules and principles this guide is intended to provide a general overview of foreign and comparative law sources. About foreign law and comparative methodology this selection of essays by the leading comparative lawyerbasil markesinis provides a compilation of his most stimulating and authoritative work it brings together for the first time writings which capture the essence of his pioneering approach to comparative law. Thus knowledge of foreign law is important to determine the outcomes of cases involving international treaties like the vienna convention of consular relations in the medellin case in sum international law greatly benefits from comparative law knowledge and methodologies. As we reassess the methodology of comparative law we need also to reassess the purposes and missions served by comparative law generally comparative law has been employed as a discipline to understand foreign law and culture it is also used to understand our own culture better through the process of comparison to another culture. Foreign law is the national also referred to as domestic or internal law of any country other than the united states and research methods will vary depending on the country you are researching this guide provides starting points
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