Osgoode Digital Commons Readership Snapshot

February 2021 Last month, the Osgoode Digital Commons received 61,563 full-text downloads and 18 new submissions, bringing the total works in the repository to 18,145. Osgoode Hall Law School of York University scholarship was read by 2,059 institutions across 181 countries. The most popular papers were: The Resource Amendment (Section 92A) and the Political Economy […]

JustisOne training

Monday, March 29 from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM EST JustisOne gives you access to hundreds of thousands of case judgments and legislation from common law jurisdictions around the world, including Canada. Join instructor Mary Ibrahim for an introductory session covering the basics of using JustisOne. Topics covered will include an overview of the jurisdictions […]

Refining your noting up techniques

Have you ever wanted to find cases that deal with a specific section of a case, but don’t want to waste your time looking through all the cases that cite your case? Here are some tips to do just that: If you want to note up a particular paragraph on CanLII, look for the text […]

Osgoode Digital Commons Readership Snapshot

January 2021 Last month, the Osgoode Digital Commons received 57,940 full-text downloads and 46 new submissions, bringing the total works in the repository to 18,126. Osgoode Hall Law School of York University scholarship was read by 2,002 institutions across 179 countries. The most popular papers were: Self-Interest, Public Interest, and the Interests of the Absent […]

Westlaw and Quicklaw training

The library is pleased to offer remote Westlaw and Quicklaw training sessions: Westlaw training Join trainer Jeremy Dunn on Wednesday, February 24 from 12:30 PM to 1 :30 PM for a WestlawNext Canada webinar for Osgoode students.  Joining instructions are below:  Microsoft Teams meeting   Join on your computer or mobile app   Click here […]

Whither the Canadian Human Rights Reporter (CHRR)?

The Canadian Human Rights Reporter has ceased publication as of December 31, 2020. Subscribers around the country, including libraries, recently experienced access issues with CHRR's content and their website, which led to many wondering what happened. Canadian Human Rights Reporter logo A recent announcement from Shelagh Day, President and Senior Editor of CHRR, was sent […]