CanLII, the Canadian Legal Information Institute, has launched a new beta search interface
"[It is] designed to unify the functionalities of its search engine under a
single form that is at once easier and more powerful to use. This beta
site allows our users to get comfortable with this new tool, its
functionalities and its organization. As this interface evolves over the
coming months, we invite you to send us your comments and suggestions."
Of course, the regular CanLII site
is not disappearing.
whose funding comes from members of Canada’s provincial and
territorial law societies, makes Canadian jurisprudence and statutes
available for free via the Internet. It already contains over 1 million
documents across over 200 collections, including the statutes,
regulations and current court rulings of all Federal, Provincial and
Labels: CanLII, legal research and writing, open access, search