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By Alan Kilpatrick, Librarian
The second session in the Saskatchewan Access to Legal Information (SALI) project’s 2021 Virtual Conference Series took place on Wednesday, May 5th: Navigating Government Publications, Legislation, and Information with Publications Saskatchewan.
The session brought together a unique mix of information workers, practicing lawyers, and justice stakeholders to discuss legal information access. Marilyn, Shelley, and Allie from the Publications Saskatchewan Team told attendees about the Government of Saskatchewan’s legislative tools and information available through the Publications Centre and Freelaw.
You can watch the exciting session here.
Law Society members who attended the live session or who watch the recording may claim 1 free CPD hour by reporting Navigating Government Publications, Legislation, and Information with Publications Saskatchewan in their Member Profile.
As a proud founding SALI partner, we are committed to increasing access to legal information. Learn more about SALI and how it supports the Law Society of Saskatchewan strategic efforts here.