Research Resources

The FCIL-SIS is available to assist with foreign, comparative, and international law research. Scholars may consult our Jumpstart Your Foreign, Comparative, and International Research to find specialists for Jurisdiction/Region, Language and Topic willing to help answer FCIL research questions. Visitors may consult our past Annual Meeting Programs offering a list of FCIL programming at the AALL Annual Meeting dating back to 1995. Moreover, the SIS also maintains the Continuing Education page where the FCIL’s webinar programing with relevant materials is listed. The Latin American IG developed and continues to maintain the Latin American Journals and Serials listing, which is a compilation of US law libraries owning Latin American journals or serial. For those looking to globally connect with colleagues, visit the Online Discussion Forums page. Anyone looking to publish, consider the Publication Opportunities page. Lastly, we invite all readers to check out the DipLawMatic Dialogues Blog, intended to be a forum for anyone interested in the topics of foreign, comparative, and international law research and/or law librarianship. Content includes conference programming coverage, topics from the reference desk, research instruction, foreign languages, and more.