By Melanie Hodges Neufeld
The next CBA Legal Research Section Lunch will be held on Tuesday, December 9 in Regina and Saskatoon:
- Saskatoon: New Courts of Saskatchewan Citation Guide – Ann Marie Melvie, Librarian, Court of Appeal and Joanne Colledge, MLT
- Regina: Historical Legal Research and Using the Archives – Beth Bilson, QC, College of Law
This is the first year CBA Saskatchewan has offered a legal research section and we’d love to see a great turnout. Lunches will be held in both Regina and Saskatoon on the second Tuesday of each month. This Section supports the professional development of lawyers who conduct legal research and wish to maintain and hone their research skills. The section is relevant to those who practice in the private and public bar; legal counsel to courts, tribunals, law reform and other legal institutes; legal educators; legislative drafters; and law librarians. Members are kept up-to-date on rapidly developing research methodologies and sources of law. Session topics include research resources and processes, and substantive legal topics.
The new CBA Section Registration & Program Handbook was circulated with the summer issue of BARNOTES. Please complete and submit the Sections Registration Form enclosed with your copy of BARNOTES or register online. We look forward to seeing you there!