Day: May 9, 2014
By Alan Kilpatrick
Noting up a statute is a crucial part of the legal research process. It allows you to identify the judicial treatment and interpretation of a statute. Noting up a statute allows you to locate cases that have discussed the meaning and application of that statute.
Over the past two weeks, we have learned how to note up statutes with the Saskatchewan Cases Search and the Canadian Statute Citations. This week, we will learn how to note up a statute with CanLII. CanLII is a searchable resource that provides free online access to Canadian law. Read the rest of this entry »