Shaunna Mireau on Canadian Legal Research

Tips on Canadian legal research from the Library at Field LLP.
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September 06, 2006


Finding cases is difficult enough without having to decode citation abbreviations.

The Cardiff Index to Legal Abbreviations is an excellent resource that allows you to search by the title of a publication or part or all of an abbreviation. It is available at and includes legal materials from nearly everywhere, Canada, the United States, Luxembourg and Pakistan included. If you only remember one website for abbreviations, this would be your best choice.


At January 18, 2007 8:33 a.m. , Anonymous Anonymous said...

...Excellent find !! I've been working with a library student on legal abbreviations, and this site will be a keeper...

Regards from Hfx

Peter L.


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