The Georgetown Law Library's extensive collection of Canadian legal materials is located on the fifth floor of the Williams Library. All of these materials have call numbers that be begin with the letters KE.
- Canadian Legal Information Institute (CanLII)
This non-profit organization provides free online access to primary legal materials (including statutes, regulations, court judgments, and tribunal decisions) from all Canadian jurisdictions, federal and provincial.
- Consult the comprehensive List of CanLII Databases for dates of coverage by jurisdiction. (Case law databases are displayed by default. For legislative databases, click on the appropriate tab.)
- For tips on how to search CanLII databases, download this User Guide.
- Canadian Legal System (5th edition) KE444 .G34 2004
An accessible overview of the Canadian legal system, from the roles of judges and lawyers, to the British influence to hierarchy of both the Federal and provincial courts.
- Introduction to the Study of Law (6th edition) KE445 .W3 2004
Presents the Canadian legal system, sources of the law and the difference between private and public law in the Canadian context.
- Looking at Law: Canada's Legal System (5th edition) KE444 .F5 2000
A basic overview of Canada's legal system, with a review of the sources of Canadian law.
- Legal Writing and Research Manual (6th edition) REF KE250 .Y63 2004
Written for the first year Canadian law student, an overview of Canadian legal materials as well as how research, write and cite in a legal memorandum in Canada.
- Legal Research and Writing (2nd edition) KE250.T53 2010
An in depth focus on Canadian legal research for both the beginner and those who are familiar with the topic and need a more detailed discussion.
- Canadian Encyclopedic Digest Online (most current)
Canadian Encyclopedic Digest, Ontario. KE O71 .C36 2008
Canadian Encyclopedic Digest, Western. KE 156.2 .C35 1979
- This encyclopedia provides comprehensive coverage of federal and provincial statutes, regulations, and case law from Ontario and from the four western provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia.
- Organized by "title" (topic), with relevant statutes, regulations, case law, and commentary provided for each title.
- To navigate within the online edition, use the Table of Contents on the landing page. When consulting the print editions, use the General Index located in the first volume.