Tag Archives: Legal Research

RA seminars coming up next week

Just a reminder about the library's series of legal research sessions taking place next week from Monday May 2 to Friday May 6. While the sessions are geared towards students who will be working as Research Assistants this summer, all students are welcome to participate. You can join us for any or all the sessions.  All […]

RA seminars

Join the library's reference team for a series of legal research sessions from Monday May 2 to Friday May 6. While the seminar sessions are geared towards students who will be working as Research Assistants this summer, all students are welcome to participate. You can join us for any or all the sessions.  All sessions will […]

Legal Research Workshops: Winter 2022

Want to brush up on your research skills, or review how to navigate the research platforms available to you? The Law Library has organized a series of legal research workshops to help you review and better understand the intricacies of legal research and get more experience with the databases essential for your studies.  These sessions will […]

Lexis Securities Mosaic changes name to Intelligize

Offered exclusively to students and faculty who have a personal Lexis Advance Quicklaw account, Intelligize provides access to a wide variety of Canadian and American content:  SEC Filings SEDAR Filings Agreements and Other Exhibits  Analysis and Trends  Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG)  Regulatory Materials  Comment Letters  No-Action Letters  Accounting Standards & Guidance  Securities Drafting & […]

Legal research workshops

Need help with your research papers? Look no further! The semester is well underway and many of you are thinking about writing research papers. To help you navigate the intricacies of legal research the law library is pleased to offer a series of legal research workshops. All sessions will take place on Zoom on Wednesdays […]

How to Locate a Full-Text Article in the Index to Canadian Legal Literature (ICLL)

If you are looking for Canadian content, the Index to Canadian Legal Literature (ICLL) is a good resource to consult as it contains references to articles and cases. ICLL can be found in the WestlawNext database under the Finding Tools section.   If the citation is blue or hyperlinked, it means the full-text article is available directly through the database as we see in the example below. To access the article, just click […]