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Aboriginal Law 

Subject guide dedicated to Aboriginal Law. Includes a listing of Essential Textbooks, Notable Case Law, Online Resources and much more.

Comparative Law

Access resources dedicated to the study of Comparative and Foreign Law. Resources include Legislation and Treaties, Case Law and Online Databases.

Constitutional Law

Subject Guide dedicated to the study of Canadian Constitutional Law. Access resources including Notable Case Law, Legislation and constitutional materials from other jurisdictions.

Criminal Law

Access resources focusing on the study of Criminal Law. This includes, but is not limited to, Legislation and Notable Case Law, Online Resources and much more.

Legal Research + Writing

Subject Guide dedicated to providing helpful hints, tips and resources on Legal Research and Writing. Access tips on finding case law, legislation, citation and much more.


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