Day: May 15, 2015
By Sarah Roussel-Lewis
The things lawyers kids do to get out of trouble: A Reddit user’s kid thought he could get out of trouble by creating this binding contact with his mother.
By Alan Kilpatrick
For our blog readers who are solo practitioners or with small firms, do you have a hard time keeping track of all the latest Canadian legal texts published? Fellow law librarians, do you encounter the same challenge in your library? Have you heard about LegalPubs.ca? LegalPubs.ca aggregates and collects all of the latest legal publication in Canada into a single convenient list continually updated by RSS feed. This helpful resource was created by Steve Matthews, founder of Stem Legal and creator of Canadian Law Blogs.
LegalPubs.ca describes its purpose on its website:
The purpose of LegalPubs.ca is to produce a one stop showcase of the products offered by Canadian legal publishers. Using RSS technology, I have mixed the 10 latest items for each of the publishers listed below. Each entry is passed along unmodified from the publisher’s original feed, and simply sorted by date to produce a ‘dynamic watchable list’ of the latest products available. The main page of the site also includes the linked headlines for each feed as an individual source.
Consider having a look at this resource! Please comment below if you are familiar with any similar resources.