Thursday, April 22, 2004

E-Laws 3 for You and Me

I had the pleasure of attending today's TALL luncheon including a talk by Donald Revell, Ontario's Chief Legislative Counsel, on E-Laws 3. I was also fortunate to be sitting close enough to speak with Mr. Revell. One thing he said that sticks with me: "All lawyers in Ontario should have the ability to use e-Laws."

This service is so comprehensive, and so usable, that this emphasized to me the necessity to tell our lawyers about e-Laws. They should be familiar with it and know how to at least navigate through the current legislation. It still surprises me when I come across a practitioner who doesn't know about it--time we librarians do something about that!

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