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.
Even though classes have moved online and the library is closed, we are still providing research help. If you’re writing a paper and need help finding resources or have any research related questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Working from home, the Reference librarians are responding to questions weekdays between 10 AM and 4 PM.
Whether you’re faculty, JD student, graduate student or participating in the Moot Team, there’s something for everyone in the Osgoode Library’s growing collection. Here are some of the latest acquisitions in the library’s collection:
- Edward Elgar E-Books
The content of this collection includes titles published in 2018 and 2019 in all areas of law.
- Kluwer Arbitration Online
This database provides access to books, journals, and practice tools on international commercial arbitration.
- Democracy in America
This is a digital edition of Alexis de Tocqueville’s work, with added annotations and references.
- Oxford Scholarly Authorities in International Law
OSAIL contains leading reference works and treatises written by specialists in public international law.
For information on the library’s recent acquisitions, e-resources, and databases, head to our New Titles list, and remember to subscribe to receive monthly updates!