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-- Libya’s Legal System and Legal Research by John L. S. Simpkins
John L. S. Simpkins is Assistant Professor and Director of Diversity Initiatives at Charleston School of Law (Charleston, SC)  

--Overview of the North Korean Legal System and Legal Research by Patricia Goedde

Patricia Goedde is a law professor at Sungkyunkwan University School of Law in Seoul, Korea. She received her MA, JD and PhD at the University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, USA, and is a licensed attorney of the Washington State Bar Association.  
--South Korean Law Research on the Internet  by Hyeon-Cheol Kim and Inyoung Cho
Hyeon-Cheol Kim and Inyoung Cho are Judges in the Ulsan District Court of  South Korea. Hyeon Cheol Kim holds an LLM (2006) from the University of Seoul (Graduate School of Taxation). He attended the Judicial Research and Training Institute (Lawyer / Judge 1998-2000) and obtained a Bachelor of Law (1997) from Seoul National University. Inyoung Cho holds an LLM (2006) in International Law from Seoul National University (Graduate School). She attended the Judicial Research and Training Institute (Lawyer/Judge 2003-2001) and obtained a Bachelor of Law (2000) from Seoul National University.  

--Basic Guide to Researching Foreign Law  by Mary Rumsey
Mary Rumsey is the Foreign, Comparative & International Law Librarian at the University of Minnesota.  She has a B.A. degree from the University of Wisconsin, a J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School, and a master's degree in library and information science from Dominican University.  


Elona Norvaisaite is a reference librarian at the Law and Politics Reading Room of the Information Center of the National Library of Lithuania

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