Last blog added on Wednesday, May 20th, 2020

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Recent Posts

Below is a preview of the five most recent posts from the blog BC LawMatters Blog. To read these posts in their entirely or subscribe to future updates from this blog, please visit their website!

  • Reminder – Upcoming Webinar and Blog Retirement!

    In case you missed it – we are wrapping up our JP Boyd on Family Law webinar series! Our last session will be on June 3rdat 9:00 AM (PST).JP Boyd on Upcoming Changes to the Divorce Act Wednesday, June 3rd, 9:00 AM (PST): This webinar is for public library staff and front-line workers. The webinar wi … Read more »

  • Reminder – The LawMatters blog has moved, update your RSS and webinar tomorrow!

    Just a friendly reminder that our new blog is now up and running on the Courthouse Libraries BC website! Please remember to update your RSS subscription so that our blog content can be delivered directly to your email.In case you missed it – there’s still time to register for tomorrow’s legal refere … Read more »

  • We're moving! The LawMatters Blog is coming home.

    We are excited to announce our new blog on the CourthouseLibraries BC website: https://www.courthouselibrary.ca/how-we-can-help/our-library-services/lawmatters-public-librariesUpdate yourRSS subscription here to make sure you are getting this content conveniently delivered to your email!You can expe … Read more »

  • JP Boyd on Family Law Webinar Series is back, with an extra session added!

    So much has changed since we launched our 2020 JP Boyd Family Law Webinar series in January; it feels like we live in a different world, and in a way we do. The ways in which this state of emergency is impacting public libraries and library staff is a moving target. In the meantime, we’ve decided to … Read more »

  • Online Support for Librarians Providing Remote Reference Services

    Library service models are changing and adapting under the current circumstances. Things are changing fast, and available services vary from location to location. Courthouse Libraries are no exception – while the Courthouse Libraries physical locations are closed, we are here to support you via emai … Read more »