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  • Bencher Elections, Then and Now

    This week marks the start of the Law Society of Ontario’s 2019 Bencher Election, in which the province’s lawyers and paralegals will elect the directors of their governing body, as known as benchers. Bencher elections are held every four years … Continue reading → … Read more »

  • Print or Electronic? It’s Your Choice

    The Great Library now offers over 300 current Canadian legal titles in electronic form as well as in print. Searchable electronic versions of texts and loose leaf services on a broad range of legal topics can be accessed in the … Continue reading → … Read more »

  • New Books for Spring

    Here’s a selection of recent additions to our print collection:   Cannabis in the Workplace by Gilmore. KF 3540 G55 2018 / Practice Collection, 2nd Floor. This text provides guidance for employers facing challenges brought about by cannabis legalization. It … Continue reading → … Read more »

  • Has It Been Appealed?

    A trial court opinion can be useful but you will want to see if it has been appealed. Here are some tips for checking on motions for leave to appeal in Ontario. Continue reading Read more »

  • A Lesson in Anatomy: The Canada Gazette 

    As the official newspaper of the Government of Canada, the Canada Gazette contains a wealth of government information from new and proposed regulations to various public notices. They can form the backbone of your primary legal research — if you know where to look! Continue reading → … Read more »

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