Researching Cuban law poses numerous challenges for U.S. researchers. These challenges run the gamut from an inadequate understanding of Cuban sources of law, to unwieldy government websites. This guide addresses those challenges head on by providing a snapshot of Cuban law and an assessment of Cuban legal resources. The guide served as a handout to accompany the program, “Cuban Law and Legal Research: A Snapshot During the Deshielo,” presented at the American Association of Law Libraries’ Annual Meeting & Conference on July 17, 2017, in Austin, Texas.
Grant, Julienne; da Costa, Steven Alexandre; Louis-Jacques, Lyonette; Floren-Romero, Marisol; Kellett, Kate; Pratter, Jonathon; Miguel-Stearns, Teresa M.; Colon, Eduardo; Stone, Sergio D.; Lee, Jootaek; Kraft, Irene; and Morais, Yasmin, "Cuban Law and Legal Research" (2017). Faculty Publications & Other Works. 650.
Julienne E. Grant and Marisol Florén-Romero