Part of the Alberta Court Services is access to the Alberta Law Libraries. The primary mission of Alberta Law Libraries is to facilitate access to legal information for the Alberta community, including its judiciary, lawyers, citizens, libraries and government agencies. A section of their website is dedicated to helping Albertans Get pointed in the right direction as they begin their legal research. mbers of the Alberta Law Libraries (ALL) team have prepared research guides on legislation, case law and a variety of subject-specific areas. In these guides, you will find information, resources and links about several areas of law. Alberta Law Libraries (ALL) were formed in 2009 when Alberta Court Libraries and Alberta Law Society Libraries were amalgamated. ALL has served the legal community in Alberta since 1885 and use of our collections is free to all who visit our libraries.
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The Legislature Library has been serving the information needs of Alberta legislators since 1906. Located at its current site in the Legislature Building since the fall of 1911, it was once referred to as the Provincial Library. Although its primary clientele are the Members of the Legislative Assembly, its resources have always been available to the general public. The collection is particularly strong in the areas of Alberta and Federal government documents, Alberta newspapers, and Alberta history and politics. There is also an extensive collection of government documents from other Canadian provinces and territories. Other subject concentrations of note are in public administration, comparative politics, and political science.
This webpage describes the types of information that can be provided and offers a web form for submitting a question.
This webpage provides an instant messaging (chat) window and link to submit a question by e-mail; or you can call 403-220-8895. Reference service is available to the University of Calgary community, to visitors to the University community, and to the Southern Alberta community at large.
This webpage provides links to ask a question by chat service or e-mail or you can call 780-492-4174.
The University of Calgary Law Library is open to any person with an interest in using its collections or services. The link above goes directly to the University of Calgary's Virtual Law Library, which includes information about: Legislation; Courts; Legal Databases; Legal Periodicals; Aboriginal Law; Human Rights; International Law; Natural Resources, Energy & the Environment; Trade and Commerce; Government Bodies; Law Reform Commissions; Reference Sources; Research Guides; Selected Websites; Legal Profession; Law for the Layperson; Law Libraries; and Law Publishers.
The Environmental Law Centre (Alberta) Society ("ELC") is a registered charitable organization incorporated in Alberta in 1982 to provide Albertans with an objective source of information about environmental and natural resources law. The ELC website includes fact sheets, downloadable publications and a frequently asked questions section. The ELC library is accessible to the public; the catalogue can be accessed on their website. As well, any person can contact the ELC and receive information on environmental law.
Through the Criminology Information Service (CIS), the Centre provides professional and innovative solutions to criminal justice communities worldwide. The CIS houses the leading Canadian research collection of criminological material, consisting of more than 25.000 books, journals, government reports, statistics and other documents, which can be accessed in person or electronically via the World Wide Web. The information covers a wide range of subject areas, including public and private policing; violence deviance and social control; young offenders; criminology, and criminal law.
This website from Service Canada will enable users to access all insurance jurisprudence (i.e. CUBs (Canadian Umpire Benefits), Fderal Court and Supreme Court decisions.
This index provides bibliographic access to materials associated with more than 200 federal Royal Commissions that have taken place since Confederation. There are approximately 7000 items in the index that includes commission reports, briefs, submissions, evidence, working papers and other documents.