Day: January 2, 2015

Legal Sourcery Year in Review

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By Melanie Hodges Neufeld

 

Happy New Year everyone!

Since launching on March 12, 2014, we have posted 333 posts and have had 38,415 views. The Royal Opera House in London, England has 2256 seats. If it were a performance at the Royal Opera House, it would be equivalent to 17 sold-out performances.

The top 5 posts:

  1. Tips from the Editor – Punctuation Personalities
  2. Tips from the Editor – Double Space After a Period
  3. Tips from the Editor – Legalese Gobbledygook
  4. Cross-referencing Footnotes in Word
  5. Tips from the Editor – Oxford Comma Wars

We have also posted nearly forty Tips of the Week to assist you with your legal research and numerous other info/news items.

Thank you to our loyal readers and welcome new followers!

Legal Sourcery Named Best Canadian Law Library Blog!

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By Melanie Hodges Neufeld

The 2014 Canadian Law Blog Awards (Clawbies) were announced on December 31 and we were the proud recipient of Best Law Library Blog:

As a law library blog newcomer, Legal Sourcery made a serious impression in 2014. The hard-working blogger team (whose members double as the reference team) at the Law Society of Saskatchewan Library jumped into the blawgosphere full-force. With regular updates, engaging topics, and fun Twitter personalities, this group was instrumental to bringing back the info-cool factor to law library blogs. We’re proud to award them this year’s Clawbie.

Thank you to the Legal Sourcery team for your hard work. We promise to keep on posting ….