Bora Laskin Law Library - Information and Resources for Visitors
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The Bora Laskin Law Library is open during regular hours of operation to members of the public who wish to do legal research on their own. Below are links to many useful resources that will assist non-lawyers in learning to do legal research and finding legal materials.

Please Note: The staff of the Bora Laskin Law Library are not permitted to give legal advice or offer opinions as to legal matters. Assistance at the Reference Desk is limited to helping patrons locate and use legal materials in the Library.

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Women's Human Rights Resources

  • This database provides a comprehensive collection of documents, articles, links and background material relating to women's human rights

Legal Research Resources

Sources of Legal Assistance

  • You and the Law: Community Legal Information on the Web
    A compilation of links to legal and government information available free of charge on the Internet. This list is intended primarily for residents of Ontario
  • Finding Legal Help in Ontario
    Many government programs offer legal help for free or at reduced rates for people on a budget. This guide has been prepared by the Bora Laskin Law Library to help people find a lawyer or other legal support to help resolve legal problems
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