The Advocates' Quarterly is a widely recognized source of civil litigation information and guidance throughout Canada
Editor-in-Chief: Ted Matlow
A widely recognized source of civil litigation information and guidance throughout Canada, The Advocates' Quarterly is used by judges, civil litigation lawyers and law professors. The Advocates' Quarterly covers widely diverse aspects of civil litigation including issues that are addressed by non-legal experts and issues that arise in proceedings before administrative boards and tribunals. It is edited by a retired judge and includes contributions from recognized lawyers and law professors providing in-depth coverage of topics. The Advocates' Quarterly includes:
- Practice and procedure notes – which help you to quickly determine whether you want to take a particular issue to court, how to get it there and get it adjudicated
- Timely and informative articles – which provide extensive coverage of many related aspects of the subject at hand – these invaluable articles also alert you to new issues you may not have considered
- Case comments reviewing recent and significant judgments, with expert analysis on how to effectively apply them to your case
An annual subscription includes six issues, plus a bound volume (done with every four issues) containing a Table of Contents, a Table of Cases and a detailed Subject Index. Complete sets of The Advocates' Quarterly are available from 1977 to date. Archival issues can be found on HeinOnline.