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Google Scholar can be a good place to do a quick and general search of the literature in an unfamiliar area. It is also a useful tool to look up full citations of known articles.
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Canadian guide to uniform legal citation = Manuel canadien de la référence juridique by Carswell
Call Number: KF245 .C35 2018
Index to legal citations and abbreviations by Donald Raistrick
Call Number: KF246 .R35 2013
Saskatchewan Queen's bench rules: annotated by Neva R. McKeague and Christine Johnston
Call Number: Reserve Section
Law Resources: The Basics
The Law Resources: The Basics is a great resource on how to use the Law library. Here you will find what is in the collection, how to navigate it, and how to use it. This is a great resource for first year Law students and anyone who may not be familiar with the Law library.