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LAW Graduate Law (LLM) Resources

This guide is intended to provide relevant information to graduate and post-graduate law programs, including resources from the Law 703 Library Sessions.

Information About the LLM Guide

This guide is designed to make available information on library resources to graduate law students, including in-class library sessions for Law 703 as well as remind you of where to go for legal and interdisciplinary research assistance.  Should you need any further assistance with your research please don't hesistate to call or e-mail me.

Find Books

To find a book or journal in the library use the Library Catalogue search box below.  If you have an specific title or author select Browse or Exact and the specific field (author, title or journal title) in the Catalogue.  For more advanced searching of the library catalogue, go to the library catalogue from any library webpage and select "Advanced Search" from beneath the search box. 

Tracking Research

A great template to track your research can be found at http://library.queensu.ca/law/lederman/Checklist.doc.

This is a Word file you can save. It is part of the Legal Research Materials developed by law librarians at the Lederman Law Library at Queen's University.

Faculty of Law

Specific information about the LLM program can be found through the Graduate Studies portion of the Faculty of Law's website.

Copies of University of Calgary graduate theses from the Faculty of Law can be found through the library catalogue.

U of C Libraries

You will find the Bennett Jones Law Library website to be useful for your general legal research needs. Other libraries may be useful for your interdisciplinary research.

NREEL LIBRARIAN

Nadine Hoffman
Contact:
Bennett Jones Law Library
2800 University Way NW
Calgary, Alberta
T2N 1N4
403-220-8392
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