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Finding Legislation (Bills, Laws & Regulations) & its Analysis – for Beginners (ASPIRE workshop for Graduate Students)

Start Time: Friday, March 1, 2024 1:00pm

End Time: Friday, March 1, 2024 2:30pm

Online: Link emailed to participants

Learn the very basics (or come for a refresher) on how Canadian laws are made, their key parts and where to find them. Discover resources for the analysis of laws and their impact, and how they have been interpreted in judicial proceedings.

 

Skills Acquired:

•        Awareness of key legal instruments.

•        Awareness of how a Bill becomes a Law.

•        Where to look for the different parts of Law.

•        Discovery of sources for legal commentary.

 

Part of the ASPIRE series of Library workshops for Graduate Students.

Location: online webinar via Zoom; link will be sent to individual registrants.  

[ N.B. CLICK ON THE ZOOM LINK WITHIN THE OPENED UP CALENDAR INVITE ]

Instructor:  Hélène LeBlanc, Government Information Librarian (as well as the Subject Librarian for Political Science, Education, and Policing & Public Safety)

 

Accessibility Features

Automated captions can be made available through Zoom.  If needed, Zoom phone in-features can be provided.