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Nunavut Law Program Research Guide: Find Cases

Search Tip! Searching for Cases

To find cases on point, consult a secondary legal source on your topic. Secondary sources could include a legal treatise, coursepack, textbook, casebook, legal encyclopedia, case digest service or journal article. Review the commentary and make note of any relevant citations to case law.  When you find a case on point, noteup the case to find other relevant cases. 



CanLII: case law coverage for Nunavut:


Court of Appeal of Nunavut 

2000 - 


Nunavut Court of Justice 

1999 - 


Youth Justice Court of Nunavut 

2012 - 


Nunavut Human Rights Tribunal 

2011 -


Nunavut Registrar of Securities 

2008 -


Other Case Law Resources

Finding Cases: WestlawNext Canada

WestlawNext Canada

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  • Personal password required. Contact the Librarian, Nunavut Law Program for assistance.
  • Searching cases: self-paced videos and tutorials available:
  • Find a case by name
Video  Handout
  • Find a case by citation
Video  Handout
  • Search for cases and decisions
Video     Handout
  • KeyCite/Noting Up a case




Finding Cases: Lexis Advance Quicklaw

LexisAdvance Quicklaw

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  • Personal password required.  Contact the Librarian, Nunavut Law Program for assistance.
  • Searching cases: self-paced videos and tutorials available

Recent Decisions: Nunavut Court of Justice (RSS)

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Recent Decisions: Nunavut Court of Appeal (RSS)

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Supreme Court of Canada RSS News Releases

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CanLII Connects

CanLII Connects

CanLII Connects provides access to high-quality legal commentary on Canadian court decisions. Contributors include lawyers, scholars and others with professional competency.

Fee Fei Foe Firm

Fee Fie Foe Firm

Fee Fie Foe Firm Canada is a search engine that focuses on the websites of Canadian law firms. Use the search engine to find law articles, firm bulletins, press releases and more.