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Central African Republic: Center for International Human Rights

Introduction

This guide is intended to assist students in the Center for International Human Rights with researching the Central African Republic's law as well as the Central African Republic's obligations under international law. 

Research Process

Use the following strategy to efficiently find laws and cases from the Central African Republic:
 
Step 1: Consult secondary sources such as journal articles or news articles to familiarize yourself with the topic and the relevant law(s) and to identify relevant cases. 
 
Step 2: Using a research guide to assist you (including this one), identify relevant resources where you can access legal materials from the Central African Republic.
 
Step 3: Retrieve or search for the foreign legal materials using the suggested resources.
 
Note that Westlaw and Lexis do not provide access to laws and cases from the Central African Republic. You will need to rely on a combination of free websites (including government websites) and databases to find legal materials from the Central African Republic. 
 
This research guide was last updated August 27, 2020.