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  1. Nicole Doyle – Reference Librarian Helen Labine – Reference Librarian Trish Johns-Wilson – Reference Librarian Peggy Lunn – Reference Technician Shannon Polk – Reference Librarian Susan Pratt – Reference Librarian Nicole Doyle, Reference Librarian nicole.doyle@uoit.ca

  2. The Research Process A+ Step Four: Present Step Three: Analyze and Evaluate Step Two: Find Information Step One: Identify and Articulate

  3. Our Topic: Privacy and the Charter

  4. If you are researching a Legal Issue…. Look for books, articles first! Understand the issues Summary information Identify cases Identify laws Legal Research: Where to Start?

  5. Cases Social Issues Charter of Rights & Privacy Ethical Policing Historical

  6. Essay/Legal Issue: Use a reference book, an introductory textbook, or a professional association or government website to get an overview of your topic.

  7. Go ahead, Google it!

  8. Google is not always an effective search strategy for academic/legal research

  9. Let’s try the library! www.uoit.ca/library

  10. Charter of rights decisions digest on canlii

  11. www.canlii.org

  12. R. v. Caslake R. v. Tessling FLIR Cases Social Issues Charter of Rights & Privacy Ethical policing Historical methods Legal Research

  13. Finding more specific information… • Now, we have some additional clues about where to search. • We know some cases, possibly some laws. • NOW we can go to legal articles and primary sources (cases, laws, etc.)

  14. Find legal commentary: use the Subject Guides

  15. Find Legal Articles Here! “Law – Secondary Materials: Legal Commentary”

  16. Enter search (for example): privacy & charter & tessling

  17. Each item represents an article. Click the hyperlink to see the full text.

  18. Finding Cases and Laws • What if we wanted to find the full text of Tessling’s case??

  19. OR….

  20. History of the case Judicial Considerations (impact of the decision)

  21. More Legal Databases Find Legal Cases and Laws here! “Law – Primary Materials: Legislation and Cases”

  22. CanLII

  23. More than 89!