Information About Know How
- The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
December is known as Universal Human Rights Month. This year marks the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), adopted in Paris on December 10, 1948. The milestone document consists of 30 articles setting out the basic … Continue reading → … Read more »
- We’re Moving Again!
Well, really we’re moving books again. In an earlier post this year, we let you know that our British law reports, digests and statutes were moved from the American Room down to their new home on the 1st floor. Now … Continue reading → … Read more »
- American Law Guides for Beginners (and Canadian legal researchers)
At the Great Library, we’re always looking for simple, accessible resources that can provide our users with a good starting point for their U.S. legal research. So we were happy to discover that the Law Library of Congress has produced … Continue reading → … Read more »
- Recent Arrivals
From drug-impaired driving and racial profiling to competition law and torts – here are some of our new titles and new editions: Canadian Tort Law, 11th ed., by Linden et al. KF 1250 L562 2018 / Practice Collection, 2nd Floor. … Continue reading → … Read more »
- Finding Ontario OICs
What are OICs (Orders in Council)? Every province has them and the federal government as well, although the federal ones are also called Privy Council Orders. There is a succinct definition of an Order in Council on the Ontario government’s … Continue reading → … Read more »
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