Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation
Written for all law students and legal academics, “the McGill Guide” is the official standard for citation in Canada, and is considered authoritative in many other Commonwealth jurisdictions.
The Guide’s straightforward and comprehensive approach has established it as an important tool for legal research and writing. Students, legal academics, lawyers, judges and periodicals all rely on it to ensure accurate citation of primary and secondary law in briefs, papers, court documents and other legal texts.
Hardcover, approx. 620 pages
Softcover, approx. 620 pages
Available in hard and softcovers, the 8th edition of the Guide features vital changes to better serve your needs.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
The Guide is produced and updated every four years by members of McGill Law Journal’s editorial and management boards.
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Table of Contents (PDF)
TIPS FROM THE MCGILL GUIDE
For tips on using the McGill Guide, please refer to the McGill Guide blog:
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