Posts Tagged ‘Technology’

I just attended the 2009 Isaac Pitblado Lectures jointly presented by the Law Society of Manitoba, the Manitoba Bar Association and the Faculty of Law at the University of Manitoba. This year’s topic was on practicing law in the 21st century. (Yes, I was the only law librarian there – these lectures are aimed at […]

SLA 2009 Conference Round-up I have been exposed to a Sharepoint demo in its incubation stage before being rolled out.  My intention is to understand more about the nuts and bolts of how it worked going into the SLA Tech Zone workshop. We got to run through some exercises at the Taxonomy and SharePoint session.  […]

2008 Clawbies


Have you heard of the Clawbies? They’re the “awards” for Canadian law blogs as determined by our peers in the legal blogging community. There are so many to choose from, but I’m going to pass on the obvious favourites like Jordan Furlong’s Law21, or Slaw. Here are my nominations: 1. Solo in Ontario: Criminal Practice Bo […]

I think it’s really important to keep up with my professional reading. As a member of CLA and SLA, I receive Feliciter and Information Outlook, respectively. There are many interesting articles published in both of these journals, so I keep them by my desk so I can browse them whenever I have some spare time. Unfortunately, […]