Take a look at Getting the Deal Through - a database that provides comprehensive overviews of legal information (in such areas as corporate, financial, competition & regulatory, IP, energy, dispute resolution & arbitration law) in 70 practice areas in over 150 jurisdictions, written by local experts. Allows easy jurisdiction comparison.
Commercial law is defined in the Encyclopaedic Australian Legal Dictionary as:
See also the Library Guide - Private International Law for resources on international economic investment, arbitration, and trade and development.
The Faculty of Law's Centre for Commercial Law and Regulatory Studies concentrates upon a broad range of commercial research and teaching areas of relevance to state, national, and international audiences.
For further advice, please contact a Law librarian or learning skills adviser, or, if you are with the Faculty of Business and Economics, contact the Library's Business and Economics team.
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