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  • New Database: Oxford International OrganizationsNovember 17, 2017

    Oxford International Organizations is first database for analyzing and understanding key documents of international organizations. Each document is accompanied by a concise expert commentary. In order to capture the full bearing of international organizations on various substantive areas of internat … Read more »

  • New Exhibition: Hommage à Paul-André Crépeau.October 17, 2017

    To honour the life and work of the late Professor Paul-André Crépeau (1926-2011) and to commemorate a generous donation of his research archives and private library to McGill University, the Nahum Gelber Law Library opens a new exhibition: Hommage à Paul-André Crépeau. “Professor Crépeau was one of … Read more »

  • New Technology in the Law LibraryOctober 2, 2017

    Thanks to the Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU) Library Improvement Fund, the Law Library has just received three media collaboration screens and two charging stations for mobile devices! The screens offer new opportunities for viewing, processing, and sharing information between student … Read more »

  • Law Library Opening Hours, Fall 2017August 31, 2017

    From September 5th to October 14th, the Law Library is open for study: Monday–Friday 9:00 am – 11:00 pm Saturday & Sunday 10:00 am – 11:00 pm Please note that our service desk hours have changed. They are now: Monday – Friday 09:00 am – 6:00 pm and no service on weekends. This means that the books b … Read more »

  • Building Canada: One Law at a Time. New Exhibition at the Law LibraryFebruary 20, 2017

    2017 marks the 150th anniversary of Canadian confederation, when the British North America Act of 1867 created the Dominion of Canada by unifying the colonies of Province of Canada (Upper and Lower Canada that will later become Ontario and Quebec), Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick.  Commemorating the … Read more »