Join Lexis Nexis trainer Cathy Hayhow this Thurdsay, June 4 at 11 AM for a Lexis Advance Quicklaw webinar for Osgoode students. Whether you’re working as a Research Assistant, starting your career as an articling student or just interested in brushing up your research skills, this webinar is for you. Please follow the link below to register:
Lexis Advance Quicklaw for Osgoode Research Assistants – Thurs June 4th 11:00 am
Wishing everyone a healthy and safe summer!
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 Legal Citation (McGill Guide). If you do not have your own copy, it is available online via WestlawNext Canada. To access it, follow these steps:
- Go to WestlawNext Canada (you can find the database on the Law Library’s main page under Quick Links, or search for it through the catalogue)
- Login using your credentials. If you have lost them, or are an Osgoode student and have not yet registered for Westlaw, contact email@example.com
- Once you’re logged in, you can find the McGill Guide toward the bottom of the main page, under Finding Tools
- Search through the guide for details on how to properly cite different primary or secondary resources, and other materials
If you experience any issues in accessing the McGill Guide,
or require additional support with legal citation, contact the reference desk
at firstname.lastname@example.org between
10 a.m. and 4 p.m. from Monday to Friday.
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@thomsonreuters.com.
Online Help Resources, including downloadable user guides and tutorial videos are available at the Thomson Reuters Customer Learning Centre.
Interested in learning more about our new library catalogue? If you’d like to learn how to effectively use Omni for your legal research, please join us for a workshop on the catalogue this month! Law librarians will be leading three sessions:
January 27th, 2020 – 1:00 – 1:30 pm, room 2011
January 28th, 2020 – 1:00 – 1:30 pm, room 2011
January 30th, 2020 – 1:00 – 1:30 pm, room 2011
Click here to register.
Please note that all sessions require a minimum of 5 participants.
We hope to see you there!
Library has recently acquired over 500 law-related titles from the Bloomsbury Collections.
These resources, available in e-book format, will be useful to the academic
study of law and legal research, as well as its practical application. Covering
a broad range of topics with an international scope, the new resources are now
available in the catalogue under the following sections:
LexisNexis has notified us that they will be deleting expired Quicklaw accounts. If you are a current Osgoode student and your account has been accidentally deleted, please contact Sharona Brookman at email@example.com. In the meantime you can access Quicklaw without a password through our campus wide subscription. Under Quick Links on the law library’s home page click on Lexis Advance Quicklaw (York). If you are accessing the site remotely you will be prompted to sign on with your Passport York account.
Alongside a myriad of HeinOnline databases and resources that are available to Osgoode Hall Law School faculty and students, the law library is pleased to announce access to the Business and Legal Aspects of Sports and Entertainment (BLASE) database!
Designed to help researchers find relevant sources to understand the critical issues surrounding both sports and entertainment, BLASE offers comprehensive coverage of many business and legal areas. This includes antitrust and labour law, contracts, criminal law, gender and race discrimination, intellectual property, health and safety issues, and more, with access to over 8,000 scholarly articles, notable cases, legislative histories and government documents. While the database will be helpful to a broad range of students and faculty, BLASE will be a particularly useful resource to those in the Entertainment & Sports Law seminar.
Find it in the Library’s A-Z list of e-Resources, or access it through HeinOnline.