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  • Legal Research Survival Guide for Articling and LPP Students, Part 1

    The first in a series of legal research tip posts for Canadian articling and LPP law students. Plan your research before jumping in to a new assignment. Continue reading → … Read more »

  • The Great Library’s Oldest Book

    Every once in a while we get tired of writing posts about legal research, new books and websites, and other serious stuff, so we look for something fun to write about. This involves a different kind of research and, even … Continue reading → … Read more »

  • The New Divorce Act: the Changes Are Coming…Eventually

    Recently, we’ve been getting a lot of questions concerning what has been colloquially referred to as the “New Divorce Act”. This act, which is officially known as An Act to amend the Divorce Act, the Family Orders and Agreements Enforcement … Continue reading → … Read more »

  • Class Action Reform in Ontario

    The Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) released its long-awaited report, Class Actions: Objectives, Experiences and Reforms last Wednesday. The report is the work of the LCO’s Class Actions Project which was launched back in October 2017, with a mandate “to … Continue reading → … Read more »

  • Airing Out the Rare Books

    As a library, we often highlight the shiny new books we acquire and neglect those books that have been here for years, perhaps even over a hundred years. Established in 1826, the Great Library has quite a collection of older … Continue reading → … Read more »