Legal encyclopedias provide overviews of most areas of Canadian law. The leading Canadian legal encyclopedias are The Canadian Encyclopedic Digest - Ontario (CED) and Halsbury's Laws of Canada. Print versions are shelved in aisle 35 near the entrance of the Primary Sources room (2nd floor). Schulich Law students can also access CED via WestlawNext Canada and Halsbury's via LexisNexis Quicklaw.
Canadian Encyclopedic Digest - Ontario (4th ed.) (CED)
The CED is composed of:
Select the appropriate subject volume or use the index to locate the correct subject volume, and then consult the table of contents to find relevant sections.
Halsbury's Laws of Canada
Halsbury's is composed of:
Select the appropriate subject volume or consult the topical index to locate relevant volumes.