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  • Accessing the McGill Guide online

    As the end of term approaches and your final research papers and projects are due, it is important to ensure you have properly cited your work. While the Law Library can offer reference assistance and resources such as this citation guide, you will also need to rely on the Canadian Guide to Uniform … Read more »

  • Enhanced learning support from Thomson Reuters

    Thomson Reuters  offers complimentary online WebEx training for WestlawNext, Practical Law, Proview, and Taxnet Pro. Students can book a free online training session with Jeremy Dunn, Senior Customer Learning Consultant, here. Jeremy is also available to answer any questions at Jeremy.Dunn@thomsonre … Read more »

  • New! COVID-19 Research Guide

    As the COVID-19 pandemic affects daily life around the world, governments, the legal system and International organizations have responded with a variety of emergency measures. The measures include bills, regulations, orders and statutes addressing the evolving nature of the pandemic. This guide wil … Read more »

  • E-Book Access @ the Osgoode Law Library

    The Law Library continues to provide access to electronic books on a variety of different platforms. These books can be found in the library catalogue and accessed remotely using your Passport York user ID and password.  However, some publishers are temporarily providing extended access to their ele … Read more »

  • We are here to help!

    Even though classes have moved online and the library is closed, we are still providing research help. If you’re writing a paper and need help finding resources or have any research related questions, email us at Working from home, the Reference librarians are responding to … Read more »