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Update – Library Appointments

1) On-site appointments: on-site appointments are available for use of either the databases OR print resource consultation. The appointments are not available for general work/study. The number of researchers allowed into the Law Library at any one time will be limited to two (2), and each appointment is a maximum of 50 minutes to allow...

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Law Library In-Person Appointments Reopening

Starting Monday, July 5th, the Law Library will be open to in-person appointments for ALL LSNL members (in good standing) and law students/paralegals/law clerks (with approved Secondary Clientele Application Form The following conditions apply: there is a maximum of 2 members in the library during any appointment block appointments are now 50 minutes long and...

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In Recognition of Pride Month

The month of June is internationally recognized as Pride Month. Originating as Gay Pride, the name has in recent years been shortened to “Pride” to reflect the inclusion of all diversity. Pride month is characterized by the promotion of self-affirmation, dignity, equality, and increased visibility of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and two-spirited individuals (LGBTQ2+)...

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CLE Seminar – The Parent Coordinator’s Role in a High Conflict, Post-Separation Environment

Parent Coordinator’s Role in a High Conflict Environment Date: Tuesday, July 6, 2021 Time: 10:30 am – 12:00 pm Location: online Seminar overview: Several provinces have mainstreamed the role of a Parent Coordinator in high conflict, post-separation environments. This seminar will explore the role of the Parent Coordinator as mediator, communication liaison and problem solver,...

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Provincial Court Operations – Stephenville only

Effective Monday, June 14, 2021, the Provincial Court of Newfoundland and Labrador will expand its Court operations in Stephenville. However, access to the Court will be restricted to those persons who are participants in the proceedings before it. These will include counsel, parties, witnesses, complainants, support workers, probation officers, victim services workers, parents of a...

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