There can be plenty of brackets and parentheses in legal citations. Yet, a case citation is incomplete unless it also includes the year of the decision. If a decision has a neutral citation, the year is already part of the citation and there are no brackets or parentheses to worry about, e.g., 2011 ONCA 55. That’s the easy part. Continue reading
This blog post isn’t about how to do citations, it’s about why it’s important to provide good citations for the readers of your documents. The library staff’s philosophy is to make it easy for people to look up the case, article, book or statute to which you’ve referred, and to use a consistent style of citation throughout. Continue reading
Did you know that Great Library now offers Lexis Practice Advisor Canada?
This source provides practical guidance on a wide range of transactional and procedural matters. Continue reading