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From a single access point, discover the quality legislative, jurisprudential and secondary sources that CAIJ has assembled for you, so that you have the best overview of a specific provision, a legal issue, or a topic of current interest.
An outstanding source of legal analysis, CAIJ’s collection of annotated statutes contains 73 Quebec and Canadian statutes and covers 16 legal fields. The annotations allow you to quickly determine the status of the law by consulting legislative provisions forming the basis of content which is enhanced by other resources selected by the CAIJ’s team.
Orient your legal research using the CAIJ’s knowledge base, which includes over 5,000 research questions in some 50 legal fields. Enhanced and updated on a regular basis, the general research questions identify useful sources to consult on a given subject, provided the specific research questions address very precise legal issues. Each question includes references to the legislation and secondary sources available in CAIJ’s co-working libraries.
Listing over 37,000 articles published since 1998, the Scott’s Index is the most in-depth documentary source of legal journals. Our professional legal team of lawyers and librarians analyzes the most informative passages in order to select the legal fields that complete the collection of accessible secondary sources at CAIJ, which includes mainly:
*Formerly known as the Index to Canadian Legal Periodical Literature.
To simplify your work and satisfy your intellectual curiosity, CAIJ researchers integrate all recent and relevant legal sources on a current topic into a single web page.
Find drug-related provincial, federal and international government documents, as well as a selection of topical secondary sources in the legal fields impacted by the new legislation.
Find all the Régie du logement’s decisions since 2009, as well as links to any case law, secondary sources or legislation available in the CAIJ collection on residential leasing.
Find all the documentation available at CAIJ on the new Code of Civil Procedure, in order to quickly access relevant legal information essential for its application.