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  • Recently Published Ottawa Decisions

    Find below recently published Ottawa decisions, available for free through CanLII.org. Family Matters Lapp v. Dunn (2020 ONSC 1720) income — imputed — child support — arrears — payor Justice S. Gomery Cohen v. Cohen (2020 ONSC 1717) motion — offer — settle — costs on a full recovery — testify Justic … Read more »

  • Linking to Conference Materials on CanLII

    With our announcement that the CCLA Conference Papers Database has moved to CanLII, we are sure some of you are wondering how you can link to your work (for example, if you wanted to link from your firm website to a paper you gave). This is very easy to do on CanLII, so here are the step by step ins … Read more »

  • Available CCLA Library Services During COVID-19 Shutdown

    The CCLA Library may have closed its physical doors for the time being, but we’re still able to assist you remotely with many of your legal research needs! Here’s what we can still help with : Case & Looseleaf Searching: We still have access to Quicklaw Advance, WestlawNext, and Proview and are able … Read more »

  • Recently Published Ottawa Decisions

    Find below recently published Ottawa decisions, available for free through CanLII.org. Family Matters Proulx v. Guy (2020 ONSC 1285) spousal support — offer to settle — retroactive child support — life insurance — amount Justice A. Doyle Bloom v. Bloom (2020 ONSC 1397) father — spousal support — chi … Read more »

  • CCLA Conference Papers: Now on CanLII!

    Back in August, we mentioned that software and hardware upgrades at the CCLA necessitated our taking down the CCLA Conference Papers Database on our website. For almost 10 years we provided free access to our excellent archive of conference materials, and whatever was going to replace the database h … Read more »