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. by Annette Demers . BA LLB MLIS. Cite Checking is a Three Part Process. Cite Checking is a Three Part Process. Locate the original source materials.. 2. Verify that the content of the quoted materials is in the source as cited.. ID: 257317

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Cite-Checking 101 by Annette Demers BA LLB MLIS

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Cite Checking is a Three Part Process

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Cite Checking is a Three Part Process

Locate the original source materials.

2. Verify that the content of the quoted materials is in the source as cited.

3. Verify that the citation itself is a) accurate and b) formatted properly.

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Locate the original source materials.

Decipher the citation.

Check all available sources through U Windsor.

Place ILL request for sources that are not available on campus.

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Step 1: Decipher the citation

Book Citation Example:

Mitch Kowalski,

Avoiding Extinction: Reimagining Legal Services for the 21

st

Century

(

Chicago:

American Bar

Association, 2012).

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Step 1: Decipher the citation

Journal Article Citation Example:

Ronald A Brand, "Comparative Forum Non

Conveniens

and the Hague Convention on Jurisdiction and Judgments" (2002) 37 Tex Int'l LJ 468

.

Abbreviations Help can be found through Law Library Gateway under “Legal Reference”.

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Step 1: Decipher the citation

Case Citation

Example

:

Health

Services and Support -- Facilities Subsector

Bargaining Assn. v British Columbia,

2007 SCC 27, [2007] 2 SCR 391

.

Nova Scotia (Ag) v

Morgentaler

(1990)

,

69 DLR

(4th)

559,

96

NSR

(2d)

54 (CA).

Abbreviations

Help can be

found in the Appendices to the McGill Guide.

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Step 1: Decipher the citation

Statute Citation Example:

Access to Information

Act,

 

RSC

1985,

c A-1.

Access to Information

Regulations,

 

SOR/83-507.

Absentees Act

, RSO 1990, c A3.

Accessibility Standards for Customer Service

, O

Reg

429/07.

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Step 1: Decipher the citation

SEEK LIBRARY ASSISTANCE FOR:

Treaty Citations

United Nations documents

Government Documents

Law from foreign countries

Newspaper articles

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Step 2: Check all available sources through U Windsor

Books:

Library Catalogue:

http://www.uwindsor.ca/law/library

Leddy

(e-books)

WorldCat

(through

Leddy

)

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Step 2: Check all available sources through U Windsor

Journals:

Hein Online

Library Catalogue:

http://www.uwindsor.ca/law/library

Leddy

Library

Quicklaw

/Westlaw

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Step 2: Check all available sources through U Windsor

Cases:

Pre-2000 – locate the print version in the law library using the catalogue.

After-2000 – locate using an online source.

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Step 2: Check all available sources through U Windsor

Cases:

Pre-2000 – locate the print version in the law library using the catalogue.

After-2000 – locate using an online source.

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Step 3: Interlibrary Loans

If you absolutely cannot find – check with the Reference Librarians before moving to step 2 below.

2. Place

ILL request for sources that are not available

on

campus

. You must give us sufficient notice (2 weeks prior to your deadline, minimum).

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Examples to Try:

Locate this journal article on Hein Online:

(2012) 36 Dalhousie L J 215.

We will do some searching for materials cited therein.

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Examples to Try:

Locate this journal article on Hein Online:

43(2) Ottawa Law Review 165

We will do some searching for materials cited therein.

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Examples to Try:

Locate this journal article on Hein Online:

55(1) Harvard Int’l L J 151.

We will do some searching for materials cited therein.

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THANK YOU!

Annette Demers

ademers@uwindsor.cahttp://www.uwindsor.ca/law/library

Judicial Decisions

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