Use legal dictionaries to define the terms of your search and note that Canadian and American legal terms are not always the same:
Gather all the necessary information about your sources to be able to cite in the legal format.
For Canadian legal citations use:
For American legal citations (i.e. when preparing a paper for U.S. publication) use:
Note: There is no specific section for Aboriginal Law in this source. Of most interest, however, are the following entries:
Available in print at the Library's Reserves Section on the main floor (ask for assistance at the Circulation Desk). Also available on Quicklaw
Use Vol.1, Title 1: Aboriginal Law, available in print at the Library's Reserves Section on the main floor (ask for assistance at the Circulation Desk)
Also available to UofT law school community on Westlaw Canada
This case law digest, being the most comprehensive in Canada, contains summaries of court cases organized by topic. Unlike legal encyclopaedias listed above, that refer researcher to the most significant cases, this digest attempts to provide an exhaustive list of cases of the common law provinces from 1809 to the present. It is most useful to locate relevant case law within specific jurisdiction.
Use Vol. 1 Reissue: Aboriginal Law, available in print at the Library, Row 65 on the 1st floor of the library (Dig Can A2 A26)
Also available to the law school community on Westlaw Canada.
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