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Human Trafficking Research Guide: Background Sources

This guide focuses mainly on the specific sources of information that inform the study of the human trafficking law and policy. This guide specifically aims to support the research of law students writing an upper-level paper on the topic of human traffic

Encyclopedic Works

Legal encyclopedia articles are useful tools for getting background information on a topic. They provide context for the rules governing the topic as well as citations to the important laws and regulations. The best of the bunch here is the Max Planck Encyclopedia of public international law.

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