What's in this guide
This guide provides you the basic resources on researching primary, secondary, multidisciplinary, foreign, comparative and international resources.
We have provided a link to copies PowerPoint slides of librarian presentations at the RA Seminar on April 27, 2016 on the right hand column of this page.
Books and Articles
Foreign, Comparative & International Resources
- Apply for an RA library card
This card allows you to borrow materials for your Professors and not on your personal York library account. Download a form from the Law Library website here - http://www.osgoode.yorku.ca/resources-and-services/library/library-services/faculty/
Scroll down and select “Download RA Registration”.
- Apply for Online Databases
Register to access to LexisNexis Quicklaw during your work over the summer.
- Interlibrary Loans Service (ILL)
If there are materials such as books and articles that are not available in the library's collection; the interlibrary loans service will assist in locating them. You will need to sign up for a RACER account in order to use this service. Click "Register (First time only)". You can pick up your materials from the Law Library Circulation Desk, books must be returned to the same location. Note that the loan period is at the discretion of the lending library.
The summer hours are in place. You can email for Reference assistance – firstname.lastname@example.org