By Kelly Laycock, Publications Coordinator
Who can believe it is October already? Falling leaves and dropping temperatures assure us that Autumn has arrived. You know what else has arrived? The 2017-2018 Saskatchewan Queen’s Bench Rules Annotated annual paperback. Did I mention that we’ve just updated the Saskatchewan Limitations Manual online resource too? What about our ongoing publications like our twice monthly Case Mail, which summarizes all the recent cases available in our Saskatchewan Cases database? Or perhaps you want to sink your teeth into our quarterly magazine, the Benchers’ Digest, highlighting current events and hot topics in the legal profession, as well as keeping our members up-to-date on what our Benchers are up to. Don’t forget the Law Society’s blog Legal Sourcery, and social media updates on Facebook and Twitter. Oh, and have you been to our website lately? Phew! What can I say, the LSS Library staff are keeping busy trying to please our voracious and diverse group of readers in as many formats and on as many platforms as possible!
I realize that more than 250 of you already know our latest annual paperback edition of the QBRA is available (because our Library staff has shipped that many and counting!), but for those of you who somehow missed the announcements and are still in need of the most current legislation, case law and annotations for the Court of Queen’s Bench, what are you waiting for? Order now! Ebook now available.
Saskatchewan Limitations Manual
Annually updated and annotated by the talented Christine Johnston, BEd, LLB, this resource brings together recent 2017 case law and new limitations periods for all Saskatchewan statutes. For those of you who have not used this handy and free online resource, check it out!
The Courts of Saskatchewan send all their written reasons to us, and our team of legal digesters distill those often lengthy judgments into a few paragraphs so that practitioners don’t have to spend hours reading to get to the important information. Published and posted on the Law Society’s website on the 1st and the 15th of each month, Case Mail provides you with a short-cut to all the latest Saskatchewan cases.
Our quarterly magazine deftly delves into the hot topics and current events in the legal profession in the province, all while providing members with the important news of their governing body. Haven’t read it lately? Well, now’s your chance with the recent release of the Fall 2017 issue, and while you’re at it, check out recent back issues on our website too. Winter 2017 issue is in production and coming soon!