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By Kelly Laycock As I mentioned in my previous post about abbreviations, conventions abound, and it is often confusing to know which style to use. I will take a look...Read More +
Canada When citing a Canadian statute, you will either cite to a revised statute (RSC – Revised Statutes of Canada) or to the year/sessional volume (SC – Statutes of Canada)....Read More +
By Kelly Laycock It’s time for some more legal grammar. My first post of this kind, Case Law Coleslaw, dealt with the variety of formats for the style of cause,...Read More +
By Kelly Laycock For my newest blog post, I thought I would work in some legal “grammar”. After reading through case law for many publishing projects, I’ve come to realize...Read More +