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Ted Tjaden is a lawyer/law librarian working as the Director of Knowledge Management at McMillan Binch Mendelsohn LLP in Toronto, Ontario. He is called to the bar in British Columbia and Ontario and has practised law as an attorney in a variety of settings. He is the author of several texts, including Legal Research and Writing, 2nd ed. (Irwin Law, 2004) and speaks regularly at conferences on issues relating to legal research and knowledge management. He also authored "Canadian Top 40: What You Need to Know About Canada's Legal System" (March 2004) AALL Spectrum 10 (PDF, 6 pages)

Doing Legal Research in Canada

Ted Tjaden’s comprehensive guide provides information and links to print and online resources and is aimed primarily at researchers outside of Canada needing an overview of Canadian legal research.

Subjects: Features, International Legal Research

Doing Legal Research in Canada – Canadian Primary Legal Resources

Guide: Table of Contents / Introduction / Canadian Primary Resources / Canadian Secondary Resources Canadian Legal Organizations / Canadian Legal Publishers / Research by Topic

Subjects: Comparative/Foreign Law

Doing Legal Research in Canada – Introduction: The Canadian Legal System

Editor’s note: This is an update to the original guide, (published May 1, 2000). There are numerous additions, changes for some Web site addresses, as well as some deletions. These additions and changes are indicated by (green background color) for easy identification.

Subjects: Comparative/Foreign Law

Doing Legal Research in Canada – Canadian Secondary Legal Resources

Editor’s Note: This is a new update to the author’s original guide (published May 1, 2000), and to his subsequent update, July 2, 2001. There are numerous additions, changes for some Web site addresses, as well as some deletions, which will be indicated by the use of (green background color) for easy identification.

Subjects: Comparative/Foreign Law

Doing Legal Research in Canada – Canadian Legal Publishers

Editor’s Note: This is a new update to the author’s original guide (published May 1, 2000), and to his subsequent update, July 2, 2001. There are numerous additions, changes for some Web site addresses, as well as some deletions, which will be indicated by the use of (green background color) for easy identification.

Subjects: Uncategorized

Doing Legal Research in Canada – Canadian Legal Research: By Topic

Updated August 1, 2000, Updated July 2, 2001 and January 19, 2004

Editor’s Note: This is a new update to the author’s original guide (published May 1, 2000), and to his subsequent update, July 2, 2001. There are numerous additions, changes for some Web site addresses, as well as some deletions, which will be indicated by the use of (green background color) for easy identification.

Subjects: Uncategorized
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