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Library Services - Criminal Law Research Guide

Posted by Peel Law Association on 6 May 2021

Electronic Resource Guides: 

Criminal Law

The Peel Law Association has access to numerous legal databases to assist with research for lawyers in good standing with the LSO, as well as articling students & LPP candidates. 

Criminal Law databases include:

QuickLaw Advanced
       - Cases & Decisions
       - Case Summaries
       - Dictionaries
       - Drafting Materials
       - Legislation
       - News
       - Pleadings, Motions & Facta
       - Secondary Materials
       - QuantumsCases & Decisions

WestLawNext (Carswell)
       - Criminal Source
           » Articles &Newsletters
           » Cases & Decisions
           » Statutes & Regulations, Rules
           » Texts & Annotations
       - Canadian Criminal Cases (C.C.C.)
       - Weekly Criminal Bulletin (W.C.B.)

HeinOnline
       - Legal Articles; Cases & Decisions

RangeFindr
       - Sentencing Research

*PLA Members receive FREE research assistance, while staff continue to work remotely.

You can find more information on theElectronic Resource Guides in the Members' Corner.

Need assistance? Contact the library staff by Email.


Not a member, but looking to become one? Please follow the link for the Membership Form and Fees. You may also contact the PLA Library Staff by email, and they will be happy to assist you. It only takes moments to join, and the PLA Library Staff can process memberships on the spot. Once payment is received, you can take advantage of all your PLA Membership Benefits, including discounts on CPD programs and social events.


As a friendly reminder, the Peel Law Association Library, Lawyers' Lounge and related services are open to all lawyers who are in good standing with the LSO, articling students, and LPP candidates.


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