Law Library Blog

The Law Library Blog provides up-to-date information regarding services, events, resources, and news relevant to the Law Library at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver.

Professor Tae-Ung Baik

There is an article with UBC Law Professor Tae-Ung Baik here… Former Leftist Calls on Korean Progressives to Tackle NK Human Rights

New Zealand Postgraduate Law e-Journal

Check out The New Zealand Postgraduate Law e-Journal (NZPGLeJ) http://www.nzpostgraduatelawejournal.auckland.ac.nz/ This is New Zealand’s first publication dedicated entirely to postgraduate legal research.

Free Anti-Virus Software

ITServices is pleased to offer Sophos Anti-Virus to all registered UBC students, staff and faculty for free, and can be downloaded using their Software Download Site. You will need a CWL login in order to access this site. If you do not have a CWL login, and are a registered UBC student or a staff […]

CanLII’s Eliisa Search Engine

CanLII has some exciting new changes! For those of you who have not looked at the site recently, please visit http://www.canlii.org to try out the new search engine – Eliisa. CanLII’s Eliisa is now faster and lets you: • search by neutral citation; • note up every decision with a neutral citation; • use checkboxes […]

Online Fine Payments via Consolidated Billing

Last week, the Library went live on UBC

UBC Response to Indian Ocean Rim (Tsunami) Disaster

For information about UBC’s response to the Indian Ocean Rim (Tsunami) Disaster, how one can help, and to report faculty, staff or students impacted, please go to http://newview.ubc.ca/tsunami/. This is the central point for UBC communication regarding the Indian Ocean Rim disaster. The page will be updated as information becomes available.

Dean Curtis’ Recommended Readings

Curtis, G.F. “Stare Decisis at Common Law in Canada” (1978), 12 U.B.C. L. Rev. l. LAW LIBRARY Reserve collection Call Number: K1.B75 U55 Electronic access to this article via Hein Online Willis, J. Statute Interpretation in a Nutshell, (1938) 16 Can Bar Rev. 1. LAW LIBRARY journals: Call Number: K1.C35 B37 Spencer, Harold. Some principles […]

Snow Information

In the event of extreme snow conditions, listen to local radio stations for information or check the UBC Web site. See also the UBC Policy on Disruption of Classes / Services by Snow. [From http://www.ubc.ca/]

Careers in Law: Annotated Bibliography

The UBC Law Library has a new guide available at http://guides.library.ubc.ca/lawcareers providing an annotated bibliography for law students and graduates investigating non-traditional positions that do not directly involve the practice of law (such as in fields of business, publishing, real estate, the arts, education, social services, and countless other areas).

VPN (Virtual Private Network) – Accessing Library Resources Off-Campus

VPN (Virtual Private Network) The UBC Library is hoping that most users will be using VPN as their primary method for accessing Library resources from off-campus (as an alternative to using the proxy server). VPN is a service provided by ITServices. Advantages • once a network connection is established, the user is essentially “on campus” […]

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