Free Training Sessions at the CCLA Library!


As summer approaches we are offering some new training here at the CCLA Library. Take a break and join us over lunch hour for any or all of the upcoming snapper sessions on legal research. Students and paralegals are welcome!  Please RSVP by popping me a quick email at blauritzen@ccla-abcc.ca. Bring your questions!

Researching Legislation Online; Friday, May 4th, 12:00 to 1:00 PM
Save time and demystify the process of researching federal and provincial legislation by using free online resources! Learn how to access current and source Acts and Regulations, trace their history, note up any cases that have considered them, and investigate the legislative intent. Tools found on the Justice Canada, e-Laws Ontario, CanLII, LEGISinfo, and Internet Archive sites will all be covered.

Finding the Perfect Precedent; Friday, June 8th, 12:00 to 1:00 PM
Why reinvent the wheel? This session will demonstrate quick and easy ways of finding ready-to-use forms and precedents for your everyday practice. Search strategies will be covered for online and offline resources available at the CCLA Library including O’Brien’s, recent CPD materials, and subject-specific resources.

The Best of the Web: Useful (and Free!) Tools for Your Profession; Friday, September 7th, 12:00 to 1:00 PM
Confused by RSS? Want to share your computer screen for a quick, remote business meeting with a colleague? Avoiding Social Media? Navigate the web with ease by learning what new tools can do for you in both your practice and everyday life – and all for free!

We hope to see you there!

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