A few weeks ago we wrote a blog post about bookplates and casually mentioned British nominate reports. Realizing that it is quite an archaic term, some explanation into their significance and their use in the legal world would be beneficial. Referred to as either nominate or nominative reports, these collections of decisions were usually published by individuals.
We have a new legal research guide about finding a specific type of tribunal decision – How To Find Law Society Discipline Decisions. The guide covers available sources of full-text discipline decisions issued by the Law Society of Upper Canada’s Hearing and Appeal Divisions, as well as sources for older decision summaries. We also include a few tips for searching these sources. Continue reading