Book/Printed Material How to conduct research in French law
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- How to conduct research in French law
- Atwill, Nicole, author
- Law Library of Congress (U.S.). Global Legal Research Directorate, issuing body
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- [Washington, D.C.] : The Law Library of Congress, Global Legal Research Directorate, 1999.
- - Legal research--France
- - Law--France
- - Law
- - Legal research
- - France
- - "LL file no. 1999-2554."
- - "1999."
- - Includes bibliographical references.
- - Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (Law Library of Congress, viewed September 22, 2022).
- 1 online resource (10 pages)
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Atwill, Nicole, Author, and U.S.. Global Legal Research Directorate Law Library Of Congress. How to conduct research in French law. [Washington, D.C.: The Law Library of Congress, Global Legal Research Directorate, 1999] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/2019671070/.
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Atwill, N. & Law Library Of Congress, U. S. G. L. R. D. (1999) How to conduct research in French law. [Washington, D.C.: The Law Library of Congress, Global Legal Research Directorate] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2019671070/.
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Atwill, Nicole, Author, and U.S.. Global Legal Research Directorate Law Library Of Congress. How to conduct research in French law. [Washington, D.C.: The Law Library of Congress, Global Legal Research Directorate, 1999] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2019671070/>.