2. Enter Your Name and Email Address in the boxes provided.
3. Click Enter Room.
4. Select – no Video (keeps your computer’s camera off)
5. Select Audio-
Call Using computerif you have audio on your computer –select and click Connect Audio OR
I Will Call In -and follow instructions below:
If you will be joining the conference call by telephone:
Once you have connected to the web portion of the meeting, you will be prompted with a box labelled Teleconference. Simply follow these steps provided to dial into the toll-free audio service. The steps will appear as follows:
While you may look to the library catalogue to help you find print and electronic materials for your research, did you know that you also have access to legal videos and films that you can stream from home? Whether it is for research projects or simply your entertainment, you can find legal films or law-related titles to stream at the links below:
As the COVID-19 pandemic affects daily life around the world, governments, the legal system and International organizations have responded with a variety of emergency measures. The measures include bills, regulations, orders and statutes addressing the evolving nature of the pandemic. This guide will be updated regularly as new information emerges from different jurisdictions.
Zotero is a free tool that helps you collect, manage, and cite your research sources. The Law Library will be running a workshop to teach you how Zotero can help you conduct legal research projects more efficiently.
By the end of the session, you will be able to:
Create in-text citations
Organize and share your references
Generate a bibliography in McGill Guide or other citation styles
Save research sources from the library catalogue, databases and websites
No prior knowledge is required, but please download Zotero on your personal computer before the session. To learn more about Zotero, check out the Law Library’s Research Guide.
To register, please complete and submit the form here.
Lexis Practice Advisor and Canadian Legislative Pulse can now be easily accessed through a single sign-in. With this new feature, users can switch from Quicklaw to Practice Advisor or Legislative Pulse using the product switcher located in the top left corner of the screen (pictured below).
Practice Advisor has also improved content browsing, which allows quick access to specific content from a practice area, or the option to view all content.
Legislative Pulse provides a one-stop option to access daily updates to federal
and provincial bills. It also includes links to full texts of all available
versions of bills.