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The Irwin Law book collection brings an innovative approach to legal publishing that does more than outline the current state of the law. Containing over 300 books, this collection analyses the complex issues of the day in a succinct and readable style, and in a manner that is probing and thoughtful. With a focus on Canadian law as well as some international topics, the Irwin law collection covers a wide range of practice areas.
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vLex Canada Core
Updated daily, the vLex Canadian collection offers both unreported judgments and reported case law such as the Maritime Law Book, one of the most significant and comprehensive resources of Canadian case law available.
Containing over 500,000 cases, dating back to 1876, the Canadian coverage available from vLex includes cases from the Supreme Court of Appeal and appellate courts of Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, the Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Saskatchewan, and Yukon. vLex offers a complete package of legal material tailored to the Canadian legal sector, with legislation, draft bills, news, commentary, blogs, books, and journals available within this collection.
Maritime Law Book
The Maritime Law Book collection contains over 300,000 cases from 1969 to 2016. It exists as one of the most significant and comprehensive resources of Canadian case law with headnotes available. Included are the Alberta Reports, the British Columbia Appeal Cases, the British Columbia Trial Cases, the Federal Trial Reports, the Manitoba Reports, the New Brunswick Reports, the Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island Reports, the National Reporter, the Nova Scotia Reports (2d), the Ontario Appeal Cases, the Ontario Trial Cases, the Saskatchewan Reports, the Federal Trial Reports, and much more.
Irwin Law Books
The Irwin Law book collection brings an innovative approach to legal publishing that does more than outline the current state of the law. Containing over 300 books and journals, this collection analyses the complex issues of the day in a succinct and readable style, and in a manner that is probing and thoughtful. With a focus on Canadian law as well as some international topics, the Irwin law collection covers a wide range of practice areas.
An archive of early publication versions from the Irwin Law book collection, suitable for practitioners who require access to older editions is also available.
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