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Last Updated: Jun 23, 2015 URL: http://guides.library.ualberta.ca/law Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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HeinOnline (UA Access) 

Quicklaw - LexisNexis  (UA Access)

WestlawCanada  (UA Access)

Hathi Trust Digital Library
Digital repository with a variety of legal materials from Canada, United States, and beyond. Many unique documents of a historical nature. Strong search and access functions.



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      The University of Alberta Law Library does not provide any form of legal advice.  The links below will assist you in finding useful legal information, acting as a self-represented litigant, or finding a lawyer. 

      The Centre is an excellent starting point for all types of legal information that are publicly accessible via the Internet. Know the Laws provides links to sources of provincial legislation and case law for Alberta and all other provinces and territories, as well as sources of federal laws that apply to all provinces and territories.
      Resources for self-represented litigants

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