international law, family law, conflict of laws
[The author] sets forth a challenge to conflicts professors: to teach international family law in their conflict of laws classes. At present, many conflicts professors avoid teaching international family law, in part because the study of this subject is complicated by several statutes addressing particularly difficult issues. Ignorning international family law is unwise, because many United States citizens and lawyers are likely to confront such problems.
28 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 411
Comparative and Foreign Law | Conflict of Laws | Family Law | International Law | Legal Education
Digital Commons Citation
Reynolds, William L., "Why Teach International Family Law in Conflicts?" (1995). Faculty Scholarship. 1053.