Canadian Bar Association Canadian Criminal Justice Resource Page Compilation of sites dealing with criminal justice, corrections, law enforcement and juvenile delinquency created by a University of Ottawa professor.
Badertscher (Principal Law Librarian [retired], Supreme Court, Criminal Term, 1st Judicial District, New York City) - The Cornell University Law Library - Jay Deveau (Law Librarian, Charles B.
Swartwood Supreme Court Library) - Melissa Holland Lamb (former student, School of Information and Library Studies, University at Buffalo) - Jeannine A.
Best Guide to Canadian Legal Research Site posted in flow chart format by law librarian Catherine Best of the University of British Columbia.
Bora Laskin Law Library (University of Toronto) In addition to Canadian sites galore, this links to the British Parliament and courts as well as other Commonwealth high courts.
Government of Canada Industry Canada Law Central Canada Linking Canadians to legal information, education and help.
Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Justice Ontario Courts Includes Court of Appeal judgments and endorsements, 1998 to present; judges directories and rules of court for the Superior Court of Justice and Ontario Court of Justice; Family Law rules and forms as well as fine schedules for the lower courts.
All A hub of up-to-date and authoritative educational information including articles and reference materials.
Major topics include earth & environment, history, literature & arts, health & medicine, people, philosophy & religion, science & technology, social science, law, sports, etc. Government for Kids Cata Law Self-described "catalog of catalogs of worldwide law on the Internet" is searchable by topic or region. You can also obtain IRS forms, search government web pages and link to top government web sites.
Canadian Legal Research Excellent introduction to Canada and its legal system with many links to government and the courts.
Section on Quebec's legal system, which is unique among the 10 provinces and 3 territories.
Sponsored by the New York State Supreme Court Library at Buffalo, this site was created by Joanne Walsh, Department of Library and Information Studies, State University of New York at Buffalo, in April 2000.