The Seventh Edition continues the tradition of organizing the teaching of conflicts around the broad themes reflected in different intellectual approaches to the problem. Part I builds a model for interjurisdictional conflicts in the context of state to state choice of law issues. Part II extends that model to a variety of related problems, including judicial jurisdiction, recognition and enforcement of judgments, family law issues, federal state conflicts, and problems in international law. Developments in the case law have been updated, as have references to the secondary literature. The section on complex litigation has been reworked, and a new section has been added on conflicts in cyberspace.