We assist with legal research and offer training and research support to law students, faculty, and other members of the Queen's community. Queen's University Library's legal resources are found online and at the William R. Lederman Law Library, located on the second and third floors of the Faculty of Law at 128 Union Street.
Legal Research Resources
- Legal Resources Online @ Lederman Library
- Legal Citation
- Legal Research Manual
- Moot Court Resources
- For the Public: Starting Points for Legal Questions
Legislation & Court Cases
- Canadian Legislation, Court Cases & Related Information Online
- U.S. Legislation, Court Cases & Related Information Online
- Common Law Countries' Legislation & Related Information Online
- Legislative Concordances (Legislation Comparison Tools)
- For December Exams: Studying, Reasoning, Writing, and Finding Balance
- New! Reading List on Anti-Black Racism and the Law
- New! Current Awareness: Staying Up to Date in Law
- New! Legal Citation Management with Zotero
- Aboriginal Law & Indigenous Laws
- Immigration & Refugee Law
Publication coverage: Journal articles: 1981 - present ; Books: 1993 - present.Index to more than 1,025 legal journals, law reviews, yearbooks, institutes, statutes, bar association publications, university publications, and government publications from the U.S., Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. In addition, approximately 1,400 books are indexed each year since 1993. More information.
News & events
In Ontario, Treaties Recognition Week takes place the first week of November. Introduced in 2016, it is one way to honour the importance of treaties and to learn more about treaty rights and treaty relationships.
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