CanLII Connects is a free collection of summaries and commentaries on Canadian case law. The project was created to make it faster and easier for legal professionals and the public to connect with high-quality legal commentary on Canadian court decisions.
This free resource includes decisive and persuasive cases that are relevant to the paralegal scope of practice, including Landlord & Tenant, Administrative Tribunals, legal principles in torts and small claims, Provincial Offences and human rights. Contributions are accepted from those with a demonstrated capacity for legal analysis.
Recent contributions to CanLII Connects include:
- B.C. Court Rules on signing away reasonable expectation of privacy
- Reasonable apprehension of bias
- Can police search your USB key?
- This January case is in the news again, amid privacy and data security intrigue. N.S. judge ordered Facebook data released in a civil case: Conrod v. Caverley, 2014 NSSC 35 (CanLII)