Welcome to the Spring 2019 edition of our Librarian Newsletter. The theme this quarter Secondary Sources to support your legal research.
Our feature article was contributed by Ania Pobojewski on the topic of Secondary Sources: Understanding what they are, why they are important, and how they can benefit your practice.
We also provide you a complete list of Lexis Advance® Quicklaw® Print Title Sources available online, highlighting updates for January to March 2019.
This issue also includes recent Content and Feature updates on Lexis Advance® Quicklaw®, the latest enhancements to Lexis Practice Advisor® Canada, Top Picks from The Lawyer's Daily, Bookstore highlights, and a list of Training Resource Options.
Enjoy the newsletter!
Secondary Sources: Understanding what they are, why they are important, and how they can benefit your practice | Ania Pobojewski
Consulting secondary sources is the first, most crucial step when conducting legal research. Although not binding, they are an indispensable preliminary research tool that puts the law into context and saves you time by pointing you to the most relevant legislation and cases. Without secondary sources, legal research would be a time-consuming, near impossible task. Read more
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Click here for the Lexis Advance® Quicklaw® Feature Updates for March 2019. We announce availability of Explore Content on the French Lexis Advance® Quicklaw® platform.
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Pro bono: It’s in you to give | Brett Harrison
It is hardly news that access to justice is in crisis. The courts, lawyers and legal institutions seem to be stretched to capacity, with no easy solutions. Of course, in order to find solutions, we need to understand the problem. Read more
Women of Legal Tech honouree says ‘it is impossible to be the best lawyer you can be’ without technology | Amanda Jerome
Natalie Worsfold said her legal career path’s intersection with technology was a “happy accident.” However, her drive to be a better lawyer and involvement with tech has landed her on the American Bar Association's (ABA) 2019 Women of Legal Tech list. Read more
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