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Canadian Law Journals

  • Alberta Law Review
    The Alberta Law Review is published quarterly by the Alberta Law Review Society, a nonprofit group of law students from the University of Alberta and the University of Calgary
  • Appeal - Review of current law and law reform (University of Victoria)
    Appeal is a relatively young journal that provides a forum for the excellent work being done by students across Canada on current legal issues
    links to academically-oriented Canadian law journals with a significant online presence. Main links are to the journal home pages.
  • Government Information in Canada - E-Journal
    a quarterly electronic journal for discussion and study of Canadian federal, provincial/territorial, and local government information.
  • The Indigenous Law Journal (University of Toronto)
    The Indigenous Law Journal is dedicated to developing dialogue and scholarship in the field of Indigenous legal issues both in Canada and internationally.
  • the Manitoba Law Journal
    The Manitoba Law Journal has a long and rich history in the Manitoban, Canadian, and International legal communities.
  • The McGill Law Journal
    The McGill Law Journal is produced and published quarterly. The primary objectives of the Journal are to assist in the scholarly study of the law, to promote original research and understanding of the civil law and common law systems, and to provide a forum for critical analysis of both private and public law issues.