Objectives. At the end of this session, you will be able to:. Understand the difference between primary and secondary sources of law;. Locate print and electronic law books and . looseleaf. services;. ID: 656183
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At the end of this session, you will be able to:
Understand the difference between primary and secondary sources of law;
Locate print and electronic law books and
Locate electronic journal articles;
Locate specialized collections;
Locate other kinds of secondary materials.Slide3
Primary v Secondary Sources
Statutes, regulations, case law, tribunal decisions, treaties, bills.
Books (texts and treatises), e-books, loose-leaf services, law journal articles, CLE – continuing legal education materials,
docs, news articles, stats.Slide4
Your client is a young offender who has recently been charged with mischief under the Criminal Code. The youth needs advice on the possible sentences that she might face.
Keywords: Young Offender, Youth Sentencing,
Dispositions, Sentencing Principles, juvenile, youth criminal justice
Sources to Check
Criminal Code Provisions
To locate a textbook, treatise, loose-leaf service or e-book at U Windsor, visit the law library website and click on Catalogue.Slide7
Electronic Books on WestlawSlide8
Law Journal Articles
Julian V. Roberts and Nicholas
Understanding Sentencing Under the Youth Criminal Justice Act”, (2003) 41 Alta L Rev 395.Slide9
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