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  • Know What You’re Looking ForJuly 17, 2018

    Why is it useful to know the full name of law reports and their jurisdictions? Because you can find cases much more successfully if you look for them in the right places. You won’t find a US, UK, or Australian … Continue reading → … Read more »

  • When Worlds CollideJuly 10, 2018

    Real life legal research problems are rarely neat and tidy, or confined within the boundaries of one area of law. Client situations often require research into inter-related aspects of family and estates law, criminal and civil law, or employment and … Continue reading → … Read more »

  • Nobody Knows EverythingJuly 3, 2018

    What should you do when you have to research a totally unfamiliar area of law? No one knows everything, so it’s a great strategy to look for a reputable source, print or online, that provides an overview or background information … Continue reading → … Read more »

  • Canada Day and Summer HoursJune 28, 2018

    A reminder that the Great Library will be closed on Canada Day, Sunday, July 1, and Monday, July 2.  It’s also the time of year when we switch over to our summer service schedule. In short, we’re closed on Friday … Continue reading → … Read more »

  • Law Society Special LecturesJune 26, 2018

    Are you familiar with the Law Society Special Lectures series? Do you know why they are “special”? First of all, they are special because they began in the 1940s, around the time that the Law Society offered a legal refresher … Continue reading → … Read more »