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Finding a Treaty Without a Citation

This is a guide to finding bilateral and multilateral agreements when you do not have a citation. It was created by Trinie Thai-Parker and is updated by Terri Saint-Amour.

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Email Terri Saint-Amour at tsaintam@law.harvard.edu or Stephen Wiles, at wiles@law.harvard.edu, with questions. 

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Call the Reference Desk at 617.495.4516.

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