want your law small – see Snippets. But if you want to get
a legal bone to chew on or want to get a better understanding of
a case or a subject, check out the entries here. There are articles
by professors and lawyers on a wide range of subjects. What you
get here isn’t all there is to know about a particular subject,
but it it’s more than a snippet.
The Family Law Centre is proud to present
the largest collection of Canadian family law articles, case comments
and papers available for free on the World Wide Web. These comments,
articles and papers have been printed in traditional legal journals,
presented at legal continuing education conferences or prepared
specifically for the FLC. The authors are varied and qualified in
their fields and consist of active practitioners, law professors
and outside experts. We thank them for giving us permission to make
their work available to you.
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