The Quicklaw® service gives you access to Canada’s most comprehensive online legal research service — offering a wealth
of information that will help you complete assignments, study for exams, and get fully prepared for class.
Using Quicklaw at law school also helps you develop the online legal research skills you'll need to get a job and succeed in any area of practice or legal profession once you graduate. If you're new to Quicklaw, register today.
Celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, Quicklaw continues to be Canada's leading online legal research service. Unparalleled content and powerful features and functionality give students and staff efficient access to the information they need, including:
- Halsbury's® Laws of Canada — The entire online collection of Halsbury's Laws of Canada
- Primary Law
- Case Law (Court and Tribunal Decisions) — Judgments from all levels of all Canadian courts, all board and tribunal decisions, Canada Tariff Board Reports, the Canadian Insurance Law Reporter, the Canadian Native Law Reporter, Dominion Tax Cases, Exchequer Court Reports, Federal Courts Reports, Ontario Reports, Supreme Court Reports and over 300,000 cases that have never been reported in print
- Legislation — Current consolidated and annual provincial, territorial and federal statutes (including entire-act versions and section versions), regulations, rules of court, historical legislation, repealed statutes and regulations, Point-in-Time versions of legislation, Ontario Securities Commission regulatory materials, international treaties and NAFTA
- Citators — The QuickCITE® Case Citator and the QuickCITE® Statute Citator, as well as U.S. and U.K. case citators
- Digest Services — The Canada Digest, which contains over one million case summaries organized under a browsable taxonomy, as well as Canadian Case Summaries (CCS)
- Journals — Domestic and international legal journals
- NetLetters™ — Proprietary and licensed LexisNexis® NetLetters
- Forms & Precedents — The Solicitor Forms & Precedents collection covering an array of practice areas
- News and Business — Canadian and international news
- International Materials — Primary law (case law and legislation) from Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom
- Other — Barron's Canadian Law Dictionary, 6th Edition (NEW!), the Wrongful Dismissal Notice Searcher, Canadian Legal Words & Phrases, the LAW/NET™ Legal Update Service, the Canadian Law Symposia Index, the Index to Canadian Legal Literature and all Canada Quantums
Canadian law school students, as well as professors and librarians at their schools, have received free
Quicklaw access for more than 17 years. Qualified law schools, including students, academic staff, and law librarians,
continue to receive free access to a comprehensive range of Quicklaw sources, and there is no cost to the institution.
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free user materials. We provide
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