Recent Acquisitions, March 7 – March 14, 2016

21 new acquisitions in Osgoode Hall Law School Library, including 4 from 2016:

“Women’s Empowerment Leads to Equality” – International Women’s Day 2016

Today March 8 is celebrated as International Women’s Day all over the world.
Canada’s theme chosen by Status of Women Canada is “Women’s Empowerment Leads to Equality”. If you’re on social media, you’re encouraged to encouraged to tag a woman who inspires you “#youareempowerment”.

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The Osgoode Law Library has many academic and fiction materials on the subject of women, equality and empowerment. Search the library catalogue for databases, journals and books on this topic. There are also many landmark cases available in our law reports collection.
Here are some interesting reads and useful materials that may interest you:

Happy International Women’s Day 2016!

Recent Acquisitions, February 29 – March 7, 2016

2 new acquisitions in Osgoode Hall Law School Library:

Recent Acquisitions, February 22 – February 29, 2016

37 new acquisitions in Osgoode Hall Law School Library, including 2 from 2016:

Recent Acquisitions, February 15 – February 22, 2016

22 new acquisitions in Osgoode Hall Law School Library, including 1 from 2016:

Recent Acquisitions, February 8 – February 15, 2016

3 new acquisitions in Osgoode Hall Law School Library, including 1 from 2016:

  • JA 51 S7 2015

    The statesman's yearbook 2016 : the politics, cultures and economies of the world.

    Palgrave MacMillan, 2015

    xxxii, 1528 pages, 2 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some colour), maps ; 25 cm

  • K 3280 B47 2015

    Law's religion : religious differences and the claims of constitutionalism

    University of Toronto Press, 2015

    xi, 223 pages ; 24 cm.

  • KF 9415 M58 2016

    The law of contempt in Canada

    Carswell, 2016

    xli, 294 pages ; 24 cm

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Lexis Advance Quicklaw webinar

The library has organized a Lexis Advance Quicklaw webinar on Wednesday February 17th from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Here are some of the new features and functionality that will be highlighted in the webinar:

Learn to search the broadest collection of Canadian primary and secondary sources using a  new design that features a streamlined single intuitive search box allowing you to search as you like. As well, you will learn how selecting favorite sources or pre-search filters can help narrow your starting point.

Discover how to search by name, by source or topic, citation or keyword; navigate and refine search results; deliver documents; note up cases and statutes using the QuickCITE Case Citator and the QuickCITE Legislation Citator.

Discover how the ‘History Content Pod’ can help you streamline your workflow by viewing your search history, search terms, most recently opened documents, or, by viewing a graphical map of your search activities allowing you to jump right back into any part of your research.

See how highlighting and annotating can help you keep track of important and relevant material by saving them to customizable and sharable folders.
Use the following link to register for this session:

https://lexisnexiscanada.webex.com/lexisnexiscanada/k2/j.php?MTID=t87e757dcb4e9f7a2c4ef8cc9fb9151a7

Once you register, you will receive an email invitation to the session which provides all the instructions on how to join the session.  You will only need a computer and a phone to dial into the audio portion.