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Law in Iraq: A Document Companion provides the full English translation of Iraq's most important laws and regulations. These two volumes constitute the first collection of English-language primary materials published since the current Iraqi constitution was ratified in 2005. Supplemented with a subject index and a table of authorities for ease of use, this collection is an essential resource for anyone conducting research into Iraq's governmental structure, regulation of commerce, and legal procedures. Specifically, the set includes clear English versions of laws regulating elections, the judiciary, and regional assemblies. Scholars and students interested in Iraq's role on the international stage will find here carefully selected U.N. documents connected to Iraq's transition out of the Ba'ath regime during the U.S. military intervention. The set also provides the legal background for current Iraqi laws by presenting several key laws that preceded that transition, some of which are still in effect. The broader Law in Iraq series comprehensively presents the key documents of Iraq's laws (particularly as covered the Series' first two volumes) while also explaining their development and meaning (in the later ones). The volumes in the Series cover Iraqi legal history and the country's federalist system as well as its Constitution and rules of civil and criminal procedure. The series also summarizes and analyzes Iraq's judicial, administrative, commercial, anti-corruption, and domestic security law. In light of the circumstances under which the current Iraqi regime was created, the series will also address the important relationship between international law and Iraq's own. Any researcher using the Law in Iraq Series will gain a thorough understanding of Iraqi law and policy and of how that law and policy have been shaped by previous and current Iraqi courts, legislative bodies, and executive agencies. The series also shows, through expert commentary, how the international legal community helped make Iraqi law what it is today. The series as a whole will stand as the definitive resource for scholarship and legal practice related to present-day Iraqi law.