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New Brunswick Court Decisions


New Brunswick Legislation

  1. Bills

    Projets de Loi
  2. New Brunswick ActsLois du Nouveau-Brunswick
    These are session laws.

  3. Revised Statutes of New Brunswick (R.S.N.B.)

    Additional Resources
    Law Society Act and Rules … [Law Society of New Brunswick] — This web site provides “links to the governing legislation [for the law society] which include the Act and the Rules adopted pursuant to the Act and which deal with various aspects of the practise of law and the regulaton of the legal profession in New Brunswick.”


New Brunswick Rules of Procedure and Practice


New Brunswick Administrative Law Sources

  1. Regulations

    Additional Resources
    Employment StandardsNormes d'emploi … [Labour Dep't]


New Brunswick Ordinances and Home-Rule Charters

These are charters (that is, organic laws, however denominated) and bylaws of municipalities — cities, towns, etc. —, which either are available on the municipality’s web site or can be freely accessed on the web site of a commercial publisher or other provider.

  1. Charters
    Note that a charter could be included in a collection of bylaws (see below) instead of being separately accessible.

  2. Bylaws


New Brunswick Law-Related Periodicals

Periodicals providing on-line articles are linked here. See also links to web sites of all Canadian-published law reviews and periodicals as well as links to all U.S.-published law-review web sites.


Other New Brunswick Commentary

  1. A Guide to Doing Business in Atlantic Canada: Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador. McInnes Cooper. … [Lex Mundi]


New Brunswick Law-Related Topical Web Sites


New Brunswick Court Information


New Brunswick Forms


Other New Brunswick Resources

  1. Provincial Government

    Gouvernement de la Province
  2. Additional Resources
    ¶ Vital Records — Contact Information
    ¶ Workers’ Compensation — Staff Contact Information … [Robert W. McDowell / North Carolina Industrial Commission]

  3. Bar Associations
  4. Law Society of New BrunswickBarreau du Nouveau-Brunswick
  5. Canadian Bar Association — New Brunswick BranchL'Association du Barreau canadien — Division du Nouveau-Brunswick
  6. Law-Related Organisations
  7. Public Legal Education and Information Service of New Brunswick … “PLEIS-NB is a non-profit organization and a registered charity. Our mandate is to develop a variety of bilingual educational products and services about the law for the public in order to promote access to the legal system. The goal is to assist the public in identifying and understanding their legal rights and responsibilities with a view to improving their ability to deal with legal matters.”Service public d'éducation et d'information juridiques du Nouveau-Brunswick … “Le SPEIJ-NB est un organisme à but non lucratif et à vocation charitable. Il a pour mandat de mettre sur pied divers services éducatifs et informatifs publics en matière juridique en vue de promouvoir l'accès à l'appareil judiciaire. Il vise à aider les justiciables à connaître et à comprendre davantage leurs droits et leurs responsabilités afin d'accroître leur capacité de faire face à des situations juridiques.
  8. Law Schools ♦ Law Society Membership ♦ Continuing Legal Education


Legal Research and Assistance

  1. Law Libraries



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