Effective strategies and techniques for Canadian legal research, including how to research commentary, cases and legislation, and use citators and finding tools.
The ability to conduct legal research is essential for lawyers, regardless of area or type of practice. The most basic step in legal research is to find the leading case governing the issues in question. As most researchers know, this is far more …Read More
- What are the leading research tools for Canadian lawyers?
- See the Basic Legal Research Checklist.
- How to choose between Quicklaw, LawSource and CanLII for electronic research?
- Which textbooks do research lawyers find most useful?
- See Suggested Textbooks.
- What topical reporters
Banks & Foti, Banks on Using a Law Library, 6th ed. (Toronto: Carswell, 1994).
Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation, 7th ed. (Toronto: Thomson Carswell, 2010).
Fitzgerald, Legal Problem Solving – Reasoning, Research and Writing…Read More