Did you know that westlaw Canada’s Litigator can help you find the witness you need to make your case?
Users have the option to view legislation (the entire Act or by Part) as a single document.
To reflect the Ontario Municipal Board’s (OMB) transition to the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT), westlaw Canada has renamed the Ontario Municipal Board Reports (O.M.B.R.) as the Ontario Municipal Tribunal Reports (O.M.T.R.).
As of April 20th, Keycite Canada on westlaw Canada will include relationships to cases that are not part of the direct appellate history.
We spoke with two recent law school graduates, Eduard Popov and Carly Deboni, to see what steps they took after graduation and advice they would give to those just beginning their journey into law.
Two new research and writing tools have been added to westlaw Canada to help users work more efficiently: a legal research checklist and an annotated memo template.
Research Tip — Retrieving Multiple Documents
Retrieving large batches of documents can be time consuming.
We are excited to announce that last week, westlaw Canada received the Hugh Lawford Award for Excellence in Legal Publishing.
Legal researchers can now review legislation in a single document instead of section by section.
Quantum services are a powerful research tool for litigators that allow you to quickly assess the value of a claim. Learn how to use them on westlaw Canada.
This post explains how to set up a KeyCite Alert in westlaw Canada to automatically monitor citing references.