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Matthew Renaud
Contact:
E.K. Williams Law Library
(204) 474-6371
Subjects: Law, Political Studies

Law Guides

The following guides offer resources that focus on specific areas of Law, including relevant Essential Texts, Legislation, Notable Case Law, Online Resources and much more. They are a great tool to use when beginning your research or for accessing frequently used resources.

Aboriginal Law

Comparative Law

Constitutional Law

Criminal Law

Family Law


Legal Research + Writing
This guide is dedicated to providing helpful tips and resources on finding case law and legislation, "noting-up", legal citation standards and more.


Law E-Books + Annotated Texts
This guide provides a comprehensive list of electronic books and annotated law texts that are available via Lexis Advance Quicklaw, Westlaw Canada (i.e. CriminalSource, EmploymentSource, FamilySource, IPSource, LabourSource and Proview), as well as Irwin Law.

Political Studies Guides

Political Studies
Subject Guide dedicated to providing helpful hints, tips and resources on Political Studies, as well as course-based guides to help with Political Studies assignments.

Political Studies (MPA)
Subject Guide dedicated to providing helpful hints, tips and resources for students in the Master's of Public Administration Programme. Course-based guides are also provided.