practical guide to Canadian legal research

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StatementJacqueline R. Castel, Omeela K. Latchman.
ContributionsLatchman, Omeela K., 1965-
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LC ClassificationsKE250 .C37 1996
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Paginationxx, 241 p. :
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Open LibraryOL566702M
ISBN 100459554301
LC Control Number96151764

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The Practical Guide to Canadian Legal ResearchCited by: 2. This edition provides in-depth information on such key secondary sources as Canadian legal encyclopedias and the Canadian Abridgment, in addition to books and periodicals.

Case law along with statutes and the Constitution are also discussed in detail. Additional Physical Format: Online version: McCormack, Nancy. Practical guide to Canadian legal research. Toronto: Carswell, © (OCoLC) Along with detailed research strategies, a comprehensive checklist is included.

This edition provides in-depth information on such key secondary sources as Canadian legal encyclopedias and the Canadian Abridgment, in addition to books and periodicals. Case law along with statutes and the Constitution are also discussed in by: 2. Essential background -- The legal research checklist -- Electronic legal research -- Canadian legal encylopedias -- The Canadian abridgment -- Books and loose-leaf services -- Legal dictionaries/words and phrases -- Legal periodicals -- Continuing legal education materials -- Law reform commission reports -- Law reports -- Research tools for accessing unreported decisions -- Noting-up case law.

The Ultimate Guide to Canadian Legal Research, 4th Edition Based on the highly successful legal research text, Legal Problem Solving: Reasoning, Research and Writing, 8th Edition and written by the same experts, this resource directs you step-by-step through any legal problem – from identifying keywords to conducting electronic : Book.

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Amazon Price New from Used from Brand: Nancy McCormack and John Papadopoulos. Details and specs: Canadian Tax Research: A Practical Guide provides a practical framework for researching and answering tax questions and provides an extensive compilation of the information sources available for use in researching those questions.

It is a valuable resource for students and new tax practitioners who need some guidance in conducting tax research problems. Essential background -- The legal research process and checklist -- Using legal research database -- Legal encylopedias -- The Canadian abridgment -- Books and loose-leaf services -- Legal dictionaries/words and phrases -- Legal periodicals -- Continuing professional development materials -- Law reform commission materials -- Government documents -- Researching case law -- Constitutional.

The practical guide to Canadian legal research / Nancy McCormack, John Papadopoulos, Catherine Cotter ; chapter 5 on the Canadian Abridgment by Michael Silverstein and Nancy McCormack ; founding authors (first and second editions), Jacqueline R. Castel, Omeela K. Latchman. She is the co-author of The Practical Guide to Canadian Legal Research (), Updating Statute and Regulations for all Canadian Jurisdictions (), Introduction to the Law and Legal System of Canada (), Managing Burnout in the Workplace: A Guide for Information Professionals (), and the recipient of the Denis Marshall Memorial.

Nova Scotia ( –). 22 Northwest Territories ( –). His book Expert Evidence in Criminal Cases: The Scientific Approach was awarded the Walter Owen Book Prize, which is offered by the Foundation for Legal Research, and is designed to recognize excellent legal writing and to reward outstanding new contributions to Canadian legal literature that enhance the quality of legal research in this.

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Legal Writing and Research Manual by Philip W. Whitehead & Anne Matthewman Call Number: KEY64 The Practical Guide to Canadian Legal Research by Nancy McCormack, John Papadopoulos, & Catherine CotterAuthor: Alexia Loumankis. Canadian Legal Research: By Topic A detailed table of contents is set out below.

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o Casetl & Latchman, The Practical Guide to Canadian Legal Research, 2nd ed. (Scarborough: Carswell, ) o Fitzgerald & Barker, The Ultimate Guide to Canadian. Rowe, Florida Legal Research 3–10 (3d ed., Carolina Academic Press ); Christina L.

Kunz et al., The Process of Legal Research 26–64 (7th ed., Aspen Publishers ); Ruth Ann McKinney & Scott Childs, Legal Research: A Practical Guide and Self-Instructional Workbook 23–26 (5th ed., West ); Amy E.

Sloan, Basic Legal Research: Tools and. This book seeks to explain the practical skills needed for print and online legal research and writing. It provides a current and comprehensive look at the topic, consolidating information on legal research and writing into one handy, easy-to-use resource.

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8 Problem • Public schools no longer teach anything about law or how to do legal research. Public schools, in fact, are used to create “Useful Idiots” for the socialist agenda.

• Even those who go to college for advanced degrees do not learn anything about law unless they are studying to become a lawyer orFile Size: KB.Research Guides The following guides and bibliographies may be useful to those beginning research on a legal topic or undertaking legal research for the first time.

Some serve as an introduction to an area of the law or a particular kind of resource, while others provide assistance in the practical tasks that accompany legal work, such as.Step #1: Legal Research Process 7 Secondary Sources: Sources of information that describe or interpret the law, such as legal treatises, law review articles, and other scholarly legal writings, cited by lawyers to persuade a court to reach a particular decision in a case, but which the court is not obligated to Size: KB.