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  • New Website: Ontario’s Family Law Limited Scope Services Project

    This week saw the launch of a new website for Ontario’s Family Law Limited Scope Services Project. The Project is funded by The Law Foundation of Ontario. Its aim is to improve access to family justice for lower and middle … Continue reading → … Read more »

  • Je ne parle pas français: Tips for finding English versions of French language case law

    Few things are more frustrating than finding your “golden case”—the case that will answer all your questions, solve all your problems and surely render opposing counsel speechless—only to realize you cannot understand a word of it because it’s been reported … Continue reading → … Read more »

  • Primer, please

    For those diving into new and unfamiliar areas of law, tackling often sizable and complex loose-leaf sources can feel like an intimidating task. While loose-leaf materials are a vital tool within the arsenal of the effective legal researcher, working with … Continue reading → … Read more »

  • Prohibited Pets and Where to Find Them – Researching Municipal By-laws

    Can my neighbour keep ferrets as pets, and if so how many? This question about what animals are permitted as pets in the City of Toronto recently led us into the world of municipal by-law research. The City of Toronto … Continue reading → … Read more »

  • New Books for the New Year

    Here’s a selection of new books in our collection – covering current issues from cannabis and liquor laws to expert witnesses and family arbitration: Cannabis Law by MacFarlane et al. HV 5840 .C36 M34 2018 / Practice Collection, 2nd Floor … Continue reading → … Read more »

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