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This guide provides a selection of resources for those in the School of Legal and Public Administration. It includes access to primary and secondary sources for legal research, magazines, newspapers, e-books, videos, organizations, government sources, blogs and more.
Additional support is available by booking a personalized Research Appointment with library staff.
Use the Assignment Calculator to help you with time management of your project. This tool is simple to use, just identify the start and end dates, choose your assignment type, and you will be given a customized timeline of your work.
(Thomson Reuters / Carswell) Contains the text of, and noting-up functionality for, Canadian legal decisions and legislation, as well as the Canadian Encyclopedic Digest, law report and journal articles, the Canadian Abridgment Case Digests, and Words & Phrases Judicially Defined.
(LexisNexis) Access to Canadian court and tribunal case decisions, full-text legal journal articles, rules of court, statutes and regulations, and legal dictionaries and glossaries. Sessions time-out automatically after 60 minutes. To restart your session, you must close your browser window and then come back through Seneca Libraries' pages; do not click the "Sign In" button that appears in the Lexis platform.
Published by the Law Society of Ontario through LexisNexis Canada, Ontario Reports, Third Series provides, in full text, leading cases decided at all levels of Ontario courts, as well as an Expert Witness Directory, ADR Directory, Career opportunities and, Classifieds.
Use the APA Citation Guide to support integration of sources in your academic work. The Citation Guide will help you avoid plagiarism, create in-text citations, and citations for your References page, and much more...
Use the MLA Citation Guide to support integration of sources in your academic work. The Citation Guide will help you avoid plagiarism, create in-text citations, and citations for your References page, and much more...