Comparative law is a method of legal study comparing legal systems with each other. As the world has become smaller through the effects of globalization, scholarship in comparative law has also expanded. The emerging field of comparative constitutional law is a separate branch of comparative law concerned with the legal structures and concepts that are typically found in constitutions and analyzed from a comparative perspective. This guide contains helpful resources that will aid students in researching for their scholarly paper topic on comparative constitutional law.
This is an alphabetical list of FSU databases useful for researching legal issues dealing with comparative constitutional law.
Once you've chosen a paper topic you'll need to review the legal literatute for a pre-emption check to be sure that another legal scholar has not already covered your topic.
Use these sources in a pre-emption check:
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