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Legal Citation

Learn more about how to cite Canadian legal materials using the rules of the McGill Law Journal's "Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation"

Additional resources

  • Finding and Citing Cases (Alan Franklin) is intended for use by students in the RRU Bachelor of Justice Studies program, but other students are welcome to read it to be introduced to legal citations.
  • The law libraries at the University of British Columbia, University of Alberta, and Queen’s University also maintain excellent online resources containing explanations and examples based on information in the McGill Guide (2018):