Day: June 10, 2016

Introducing Robeside Assistance – Tip of the Week

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robesideBy Alan Kilpatrick

The Legal Sourcery team would like to take a moment to give a shout out to a new legal resources blog, Robeside Assistance.  Robeside Assistance is the relaunch and rebranding of the County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA) Library’s existing blog.  It is written and maintained by the CCLA’s phenomenal library staff: Jennifer Walker, Brenda Lauritzen, and Amanda Elliott.

Robeside Assistance features practical legal research tips and tricks, the lowdown on the latest legal resources, and reliable compilations of recently published Ottawa decisions.  Here are a few of the great research tips you will find featured on Robeside Assistance:

We have to hand it to them, coming up with a great blog name can be difficult.  Robeside Assistance takes the cake when it comes to blog names.

We look forward to following Robeside Assistance.  It can be found online at robesideassistance.ca.

 

 

Scrabble Battle Against the Law Society Library: Week 2

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scrabble3By Sarah Roussel-Lewis

The Fall issue of the Benchers’ Digest will be focussing on the theme of Innovation. We invited you all to join us in a friendly game of scrabble against the Law Society Library Staff by submitting words relating to innovation.

We received a few good submissions this week and have picked the word PROGRESS from your submissions. We put our thinking caps on to choose the next word and decided to go with PIONEER.

The standings are as follows:scrabble4

LSS Members: 49
LSSL Staff: 67

We are now putting the call out for the next word to put on the board. Please send us your words related to innovation by June 16th via Facebook, Twitter, commenting on this blog post, or by emailing publications@lawsociety.sk.ca.

Stay tuned to Legal Sourcery each week to play!

Who’s up for a friendly Scrabble Battle?