2 edition of Guide to research using the Canadian abridgment found in the catalog.
Guide to research using the Canadian abridgment
|Statement||Rae Blackburn, Michael Silverstein.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||216 p. :|
|Number of Pages||216|
Westlaw Canada Raises the Bar for Canadian legal research. It is the culmination of Carswell’s extensive history of integrating legal information, from the creation of the Canadian Encyclopedic Digest in , to the development of The Canadian Abridgment in , the Canadian Case Citator (CCC) in and the Canadian Statute Citator in Canadian Journal of Women and the Law. Vol. 11, no. 1/2, (SER KEA13C35). REF KEW6 Bibl.S GUIDES These describe in greater or less detail the methods and tools of legal research, and generally include rules for citation of legal references. Banks, Margaret A. Banks on Using a Law Library: A Canadian Guide to Legal Research. 6th ed.
Use the following template to cite a book using the Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation 7th edition (McGill Guide) citation style. For help with other source types, like books, PDFs, or websites, check out our other have your reference list or bibliography automatically made for you, try our free citation generator. Key. The practical guide to Canadian legal research / Author: Nancy McCormack, John Papadopoulos, Catherine Cotter ; chapter 5 on the Canadian Abridgment by Michael Silverstein and Nancy McCormack ; founding authors (first and second editions), Jacqueline R. Castel, Omeela K. .
The Abridgment covers all reported Canadian cases, and includes unreported cases as well from onwards. Updated daily. The Abridgment can be searched or browsed; for further help, please refer to our guide, Using the Canadian Abridgment. Use this database to access the Canadian Abridgment to find labour and employment cases organized topically, and to access the full text of most of those cases. Note up cases for judicial consideration using KeyCite. Westlaw Canada password : Emily Nickerson.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Blackburn, Rae. Guide to research using the Canadian abridgment. Agincourt, Ont.: Carswell, © (OCoLC) COVID Resources.
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The Canadian Abridgment Case Digests The core of The Canadian Abridgment is a comprehensive collection of case digests, or summaries, of issues decided by Canadian courts and administrative tribunals. The digests are classified under more than 50 subject titles set out alphabetically through the main case digest volumes.
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By using a digest system such as the Canadian Abridgment, you can also quickly find other cases on the same topic organized under the same classification code. See Fig Fig Example of a Case Digest. Key & Research Guide / The General Index.
The Canadian Abridgment Digests (CAD) is a popular legal research tool which will help you find Canadian legal cases by topic, e.g., which cases in Canada have considered the right to freedom of peaceful assembly, as outlined in the Charter. Using the CAD to find cases by topic can be more efficient than keyword searching of case law.
Abridgment Publishing Program 5 Canadian Statute Citations, Regulations Judicially Considered and Rules Judicially Considered Contents Canadian Statute Citationsis a guide to the treatment of federal and provincial statutes, treaties and conventions, and foreign statutes in Canadian cases.
The Canadian Abridgment is available in two ways: In print in the Law Library, Row 8. Call number Dig-Can KE C; Online through WestlawNext Canada (law students only; password required) Research Guides and Tutorials: Short Guide to the Abridgment (Guide) Searching the Canadian Abridgment digests key (Tutorial).
The strengths of The Practical Guide are the extensive coverage of Canadian research tools, and good introductions to researching Canadian constitutional law, English law, American law, Australia law, New Zealand law, foreign law, and international law.
Another very useful feature is the topical bibliography, which lists Canadian books. • The Key and Research Guide contains The Canadian Abridgment classification scheme.
It is published in looseleaf form for easy updating. The Key is updated whenever an existing subject title is revised or a new subject title is published.
Digests are organized alphabetically by subject and provide brief summaries of cases. They also provide citations to full-text versions of the cases. While many Canadian publishers compile digests of cases, the leading Canadian digest service is the Canadian Abridgment.
Some Digests. Canadian Encyclopedic Digest (KE C36x ). The Canadian Abridgment in print is in fact more than just a service providing digests of case law; there are various components: Canadian Case Citations, Canadian Statute Citations and the Index to Canadian Legal Literature, and Words & Phrases; it is possible to buy individual components or even individual volumes only on specific legal topics.
Guides to Canadian Legal Research (Federal) Banks on Using A Law Library, 6th ed. KEB36 (Ref Desk); Canada's System of Justice KE C36 ; Canadian Abridgment Instruction Manual KEC (Also Ref); The Guide to Legal Analysis, Legal Methodology & Legal Writing KE K83 (Ref); How to Understand Statutes & By-Laws.
Case Law and the Canadian Abridgement – Canadian Abridgment. Published by Thomson Carswell, the Canadian Abridgment is a comprehensive multi-volume research tool for Canadian jurisprudence.
It includes all reported decisions since at leastas. The Canadian Abridgment is a complex research tool that is made up of three main components and four finding tools. In the former category are the case law digests, the case and statute citator and the Index to Canadian Legal Literature, which with the key, case tables, index and words and phrases making up the latter category.
Along with detailed research strategies, a comprehensive checklist is included. This edition provides in-depth information on such key secondary sources as Canadian legal encyclopedias and the Canadian Abridgment, in addition to books and periodicals.
Case law along with statutes and the Constitution are also discussed in by: 2. The Canadian abridgment, second edition: table of cases judicially considered in Canadian reports: first permanent supplement, KF ZA2 C3 The Canadian abridgment: consolidated table of words and phrases to Canadian Legal Literature with citations to treatises, articles, annotations, government publications, and CLE materials.
Use the volumes for Canadian Case Citations,to find the history and judicial treatment of cases. Not updated after Guide to Research Using the Canadian Abridgment, R. Blackburn and M. Silverton Ref.
KE The Canadian Abridgment (3rd ed.) is in fact more than just a service providing digests of case law; there are various components: Canadian Case Citations, Canadian Statute Citations and the Index to Canadian Legal Literature, and Words & Phrases; it is possible to but individual components or even individual volumes only on specific legal topics.
Essential background -- The legal research process and checklist -- Using legal research database -- Legal encylopedias -- The Canadian abridgment -- Books and loose-leaf services -- Legal dictionaries/words and phrases -- Legal periodicals -- Continuing professional development materials -- Law reform commission materials -- Government documents -- Researching case.
Finding Case Law Digests. Canadian Abridgement. The Canadian Abridgement is available at most law libraries. It is also available online through Westlaw e Carswell if your library has a subscription. The Canadian Abridgement encompasses a variety of research tools.
It contains case law digests, Canadian Case Citations – cases judicially considered, Canadian Statutes. 8-page description of the law-making process in Canada and BC, with links to useful research tools. Case Law Guidepost page guide describes how case law is created and published in Canada, and lists sources to help you find : Chris Burns.
Once you have the citation information for an important case, it's usually easy to find the full text in one of the legal databases or law reporters in the library. Encyclopedias - give a brief statement of the law, with citations to a few key cases.
The Canadian Encyclopedic Digest is a very comprehensive guide to Canadian lawAuthor: Chris Burns.