Foreign Law Research Guide
Foreign law is the law of jurisdictions outside of the United States, such as French law. International law is the law between nations, such as treaties. Comparative law is the study of differences and similarities of the laws of different countries, as well as the differences and similarities of the legal traditions of different countries.
If you are looking for an overview of a jurisdiction or documents in English start with the Introduction to Foreign Legal Research. This sets out the basics: how to start a foreign legal research project, the best secondary sources for this type of research, and major sources for primary law material. If you are looking for the text of a foreign law it is often possible to find it in a subject-specific complication.
If you are looking for native language sources you might try the resources from the particular countries:
Guide maintained by Stefanie Weigmann