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Category: Law Library


Translation of Important Unilingual Court Decisions in the Other Official Language

Increasing the number of important court decisions that are available in both official languages in all Canadian provinces and territories is fundamental to ensure real access to justice. In 2019, at the initiative of its Director Karine McLaren, the CTTJ obtained funding from the Department of Justice Canada for an important project entitled “Translation of...

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CPATA’s Inaugural Annual Report – 2021

CPATA’s Inaugural Annual Report for 2021 Available in English and French 2021 was a ground-breaking first year of operation for CPATA. Since the enactment of the College of Patent Agents and Trademark Agents Act by the Government of Canada in 2018, we have been busy building a transparent, comprehensive regulatory framework and infrastructure for the...

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Changes to Library Access

Please be advised that we are moving to the next phase of our pandemic operations plan. Starting Tuesday, March 15th, the Law Library will be: Permitting up to 6 visitors at a time to the Law Library in order to ensure safe physical distancing for staff and visitors Allowing members to access the Law Library...

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Justice Canada HELP Toolkit

On Behalf of the Department of Justice Canada  The HELP Toolkit: Identifying and Responding to Family Violence for Family Law Legal Advisers is now available on the Department of Justice Canada website: https://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/fl-df/help-aide/index.html The toolkit provides practical guidance to help legal advisers identify and respond to family violence in their family law cases. The “HE

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Library Access (Winter 2022)

Please note that the Law Library remains available to members for walk-ins or by appointment Monday to Friday from 9 am to 4 pm. There is a maximum number of 4 members permitted at one time, so please call to ensure we have space before coming down. We are also continuing to offer remote services,...

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Law Society Christmas Closure

The Law Society and Law Library will be closed for the holidays beginning on December 24, 2021, and will reopen for regular business hours starting on January 4, 2022. Due to the pandemic protocols, fob cards will remain deactivated and there will be no phone/email/in person access to the Law Library during this timeframe. Please...

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Christmas Closure Notice

Law Society Christmas Closure The Law Society will be closed for the holidays beginning on December 24th, 2021 and will reopen for regular business hours starting on January 4th, 2022. Law Library Christmas Closure The Law Library will be also be closed for the holidays beginning on December 24th, 2021 and will reopen for regular...

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LSNL Recognizes Remembrance Day

The Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude and support for the men and women who have served and continue to serve our great country, both in times of conflict and peace. Remembrance Day is a solemn occasion to reflect on the sacrifices that men and...

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Law Library Moving to “Moderate Restrictions” on November 1, 2021

The Law Library is moving to the next phase of reopening! We are moving to our “Moderate Restrictions” phase starting Monday, November 1, 2021. In accordance with government guidelines, in this new phase: Our remote services (contactless pickup, scanning, researching and loan recommendations) will still be offered by telephone or email (709-753-7770 or lawlibrary@lsnl.ca). LSNL...

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