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  • New Wellness Libguide

    Working from home on this Wellness Wednesday, and with all the stress and news about the COVID19 virus around the world and in my own neighborhood, I decided to focus my attention on creating a new Libguide on Wellness. This Wellness Libguide is designed to foster the development of healthy habits a … Read more »

  • Legal dictionaries through the centuries

    A new exhibition is on display at the Nahum Gelber Law Library. Legal dictionaries through the centuries. It presents items from its Wainwright and Canadiana Rare Books collections published between 1616 and 1882. A very unique dictionary is the Vocabvlarivm ivrisprvdentiae romanae from 1718, a hand … Read more »

  • Focus on: LITE Newsletter

    Today we rediscovered Lite Newsletter, a newsletter published between 1968-1974 by the Office of the Judge Advocate General of the United States Air Force. After it was found, we decided that it was too rare of an item to keep in our regular journal collection, and so moved it into our rare book col … Read more »

  • Two new databases and a new agreement with the CAIJ

    The Nahum Gelber Law Library is proud to announce the launch of two new databases, Practical Law Canada and Lexis Practice Advisor, as well as the signing of an agreement between the CAIJ and McGill University, granting CAIJ memberships to students, librarians, support staff and professors of the Mc … Read more »

  • New Exhibition: The Unfinished Path to Reconciliation

    “Reconciliation is not an Indigenous problem – it is a Canadian problem. It involves all of us,” said Justice Murray Sinclair, chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, which was tasked with investigating and commemorating the residential school system. As Justice Sinclair and many … Read more »