If you have been using a legal text that you wish you could buy or would like to search the main law publisher’s sites to see what might be available, you can use the handy links below.
Legal Publisher Websites
Canadian Bar Association Publications
The CBA produces topical, current continuing professional development programs and the seminar proceedings are available for purchase in print or online format.
Wolters Kluwer’s focus is on all aspects of tax, accounting, and financial planning, with law-related publications tied to these specific subject areas.
Emond produces practical legal resources to assist lawyers and their staff with day-to-day procedures involved in many areas of law.
Irwin Law texts are concise, practical resources focussing on the various issues faced in each field of law. It produces the Essentials of Canadian Law series, along with stand-alone titles in a wide range of practice areas.
LexisNexis Canada is a major law publisher with print and online resources in every practice area. It is also known for Lexis Advance Quicklaw.
Ontario Bar Association
The OBA produces topical, current continuing professional development programs and the seminar proceedings are available for purchase in print or online format.
Lexis Advance Quicklaw
Familiarly known by its original name, Quicklaw, this online resource covers all primary legal resources along with an extensive collection of secondary resources, including commentary, netletters, precedents, legal encyclopedias, and journals. The MLA’s subscription is funded centrally by LIRN and includes tabs to US and international resources in addition to the core Canadian materials.
Thomson Reuters Canada is a major law publisher with print and online resources in every practice area. It is also known for its online services, WestlawNext Canada and ProView.
WestlawNext Canada’s online resources cover all areas of Canadian law from primary case law and legislation through an extensive collection of secondary resources such as commentary, precedents, netletters and journals. It is also the source for The Canadian Abridgement, the Canadian Encyclopedic Digest, and O’Brien’s Encyclopedia of Forms. The MLA funds the subscription to this service, which is accessible from the user computers in the MLA Practice Resource Centre.