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Evidence

This guide covers resources related to the law of evidence in Canada and practical considerations for its application

About this Guide

This is a guide to the key materials related to the topic of legal evidence available to students through the TMU Library. 

It include encyclopedias, which are an essential starting point for legal research. Both the Canadian Encyclopedic Digest and Halsbury's list relevant case law, legislation, and secondary sources.

There are a number of ebooks related to evidence, including core texts, criminal law evidence, electronic evidence, witnesses, and more. These include loose leafs, authoritative secondary sources that are regularly updated.

This guide also includes links to practical material databases, which have resources about evidence including toolkits, checklists, forms, and practical overviews by jurisdiction.

This guide also includes legal citation resources, including the McGill Guide online and tips on how to use it.

Book a Research Help Appointment

Research help is available for students, faculty, and staff of TMU with legal research questions.

For one-on-one assistance in refining a legal research topic, finding legal information, and using databases and other resources, book a research appointment. Currently, all Law Library research help appointments are being conducted virtually through Zoom. Email the law librarians or book a time directly in their calendars during office hours:

John Papadopoulos is available at john.papadopoulos@ryerson.ca, with bookable office hours
Lisa Levesque is available at lisa.levesque@ryerson.ca, with bookable office hours
Leanne Notenboom is available at leanne.notenboom@ryerson.ca, with bookable office hours

Email: for general inquiries, please email lawlibrary@ryerson.ca for assistance with accessing or using legal information resources and one of the Law Library staff will respond to you.

For the most recent service information during COVID-19, see the updates for students, instructors, and researchers.

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This guide has been created by the Toronto Metropolitan University Library and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution International 4.0 License unless otherwise marked.

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