Day: May 13, 2015
Queen’s Bench Rules on Queen’s Printer’s website used to be in one great big PDF file. Earlier this year, the file was split into parts for easier navigation. This however made searching more difficult. Here’s the good news: the consolidation file containing all parts 1 to 18 is back on Queen’s Printer’s website. Unfortunately this is for the English version only, for now. You can find this file on the Queen’s Bench Rules page on Queen’s Printer website. Please note that this file does not include the forms, Practice Directives, Criminal Proceedings, and Tariff of Costs. These are still in individual files.
The 2015 Saskatchewan Library Association (SLA) Conference was held in Regina from May 7th to May 9th. The Law Society Library’s Reference Librarian, Alan Kilpatrick, presented a Spotlight On talk about the library blog, Legal Sourcery. The talk explored how Legal Sourcery has enabled the library to engage its users and shape an exciting new brand for the library.
You can read a transcript of Alan’s talk here.