Recognized secondary sources
Ease your workload by drawing inspiration from the most important secondary sources. As a member, in addition to benefitting from CAIJ’s collection of secondary sources in co-working libraries or online from wherever you may be, you also have exclusive access to databases available via Mon CAIJ.
Full-text legal works and articles
One of the main benefits of being a CAIJ member is having free, user-friendly access to legal information from the most sought-after collections and the best-selling, most consulted legal works. Here are the links to CAIJ’s most popular online secondary sources.
CAIJ enriches its repertory of evolving doctrine by 60 to 100 articles per week. It includes over 4,000 articles and guides generated by more than 30 law firms and CAIJ partner associations, which cover such newsworthy topics as cryptocurrency, the impact of artificial intelligence and the legalization of cannabis. This type of text allows you to monitor the evolution of the legal practice before new laws or amendments are in force.
Get free of charge access from your office to a common law collection of more than 270 books published by Irwin Law from 1997 to today in a variety of fields of law.
Amongst this collection, you will find :
This database provides access to many secondary sources collections, such as:
It also allows you to access core references in human resources, including guides and templates.
If you are a member of one of the following regional bars: Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Arthabaska , Bas-Saint-Laurent–Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Bedford, Côte-Nord, Laurentides-Lanaudière, Mauricie, Richelieu, Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean or Saint-François, you benefit from free of charge exclusive remote access via the CAIJ’s website.
Get free of charge access from your office to this index of legal journals published mainly in the United States, Canada and England.
Free of charge remote access to an encyclopedia of French law with integrated links to legislation, case law and legal news reviews.
The CAIJ’s print collection of secondary sources represents more than 36 000 titles. Combining the most reliable sources, CAIJ’s comprehensive in-library secondary sources collection represents:
As a member, you can have most of these works delivered to your home or office for a fee of $10 for delivery and $10 for return. Make use of the document retrieval service for a single chapter (which will be copied and sent to you in compliance with copyright guidelines) and pay only $5.
Databases available in co-working libraries
Access commentary published in the Répertoire de droit / Nouvelle série, les Cours de perfectionnement du notariat and the Revue du notariat.
The co-working libraries in Montréal, Quebec and Sherbrooke also offer access to the Répertoire de droit / Ancienne série and the Entracte bulletin.
Available in Montréal, Québec, Gatineau, Laval, Longueuil, Sherbrooke and St-Jérôme
If you need information regarding this database and you cannot easily access it, contact us!
Access the full-text of many books in municipal and public law :
Consult numerous secondary sources regarding Quebec, federal or provincial law, as well as commentary from other countries such as France, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and New-Zealand.
Index cards, some of which are associated to a full text document, that cover all federal and Québec legal fields.
Commentary, government documents and news on taxes, covering Quebec and the federal government.
Quebec and Canadian secondary sources
CriminalSource , including:
The microforms offered by CAIJ cover the Parliamentary Commission debates from the Quebec National Assembly from 1984 to 1991.
CAIJ’s collection of rare and ancient books includes the most important works published between the 16th and 19th century on Roman, French, British, Canadian and Quebec law. Part of this collection is displayed in a climate-controlled environment in the Montreal CAIJ co-working library.
Define the context of your cases by consulting resources complementing the field of law, in order to effectively support your clients. CAIJ gives you access to works covering the technical elements of a subject (e.g. medical or accounting dictionary), documents providing preparatory information (e.g. Guide d’évaluation hebdo : automobiles et camions légers) and books on law-related subjects (p. e.g. industrial relations, political science, administrative science, psychology, education, etc.).