Course ID: 207290
Advanced Legal Research builds on research skills learned in first year, and introduces techniques for information location and retrieval in support of more complex legal problem¿solving. The course also highlights concepts in information and database literacy, and promotes the development of students' capacity for self-regulated learning. Students will explore how Canadian primary and secondary sources, are created, published, indexed, stored and accessed electronically. Foreign and international law research are also discussed, particularly with regard to their potential significance for legal problem¿solving in Canada.
Assessment Method: Mid-term 30%, Essay/Papers 45%, Assignments 15%, Participation 10%
Degree Requirement Fulfilled: Practice Skills