This guide provides access to selected resources for the study of Law. The site below is an excellent starting point for research into Law, especially Canadian Law.
Carleton University Library Camtasia Videos (produced by S. Jackson & M. Rennick for LAWS 2908)
Judgments of the Supreme Court of Canda: Decisions rendered by the Supreme Court of Canada since 1948; includes some decisions before 1948, and all decisions from Ontario and British Columbia back to 1876.
LEGISinfo: Essential research tool for finding information on legislation (bills) currently before Parliament and from recent Parliaments
Please note that bills, debates, and other provincial parliamentary documents are usually available on legislative home pages.
Thomas: Legislation (bills, summaries and status, Public Laws), Congressional Record and Committee Information
FDsys:Federal Digital System: Congressional Bills, Congressional Record, Public and Private Laws, and United States Code and Popular Names Tables.
United States Code and help in searching the U.S. Code:
Administrative Code of the City of New York: Scroll to the bottom of the list and click on ADC New York Administrative Code.
Supreme Court of Canada (1985 - )
Federal Court of Canada (1996 - )
Tax Court of Canada (1997 - )
Canadian Human Rights Tribunal (1979 - ) : Also includes links to provincial and erritorial Human Rights Commissions and Tribunals.
CanLII (Canadian Legal Information Institute)
Ontario Human Rights Commission (1995 - 2002) : Includes summaries of recent key Ontario Human Rights Tribunal and court decisions.
CanLII : Includes reports from all Federal and provincial courts and tribunals.
Federal Judiciary : Contains links to the U.S. Supreme Court, courts of appeal, district courts, and bankruptcy courts.
LII (Legal Information Institute, Cornell University)
CanLII : Includes links to Legal Information Institutes by country.
BAILII (British and Irish Legal Information Institute)
WorldLII (World Legal Information Institute)
Lexum (Université de Montréal, Centre de recherche en droit public)
Jurist (Canadian Law Schools with links to their libraries).