Archive for the ‘Slaw’ Category

My latest column is up on Slaw. Last year, the Canadian Association of Law Libraries presented a 5 day New Law Librarians’ Institute. I interviewed a couple of attendees, which resulted in this column. Hopefully CALL will be able to do this again. ~ Karen

My latest column is up on Slaw. I wanted to bring the Pitblado Lectures to the attention of a broader audience. This series of lectures focuses on one practice area, and brings in national and local experts. Isaac Pitblado, the lawyer they were named in honour of, was a great Manitoba barrister. ~ Karen

My new post on Slaw is up. I went very traditional and easy, and reviewed the latest flurry of activity in the Manitoba legislature. I consider Slaw an opportunity for me to inform the rest of the country what’s happening here, as you sure don’t get it from the “national” press! Following legislation is a […]

My latest column on Slaw is up. I’m trying to figure out how to use the practice of knowledge management to provide better service to my new firm. Any advice out there would be greatly appreciated! ~ Karen

My latest post on Slaw is up. What will your library look like in 2030? ~ Karen

My latest column on Legal Information is up at Slaw. Hope you enjoy my ramblings on the impact factor and information overload. ~ Karen

My latest post on Slaw is up today – Access to Justice, Prairie Style. It’s about the Legal Help Centre, a new initiative in Winnipeg to reach out to those who need help, whether it’s making a claim in Small Claims Court, trying to represent themselves in family court, or just having trouble with a […]