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By Alan Kilpatrick
In March 2014, the Law Society of Saskatchewan Library launched their blog, Legal Sourcery. Legal resources are what the library provides, but legal sourcery is the skill and expertise the library brings to legal research. In an attempt to explore new avenues to promote our research services and publications, library staff decided to create a blog. Our combined effort in writing regular posts for Legal Sourcery has allowed us to engage our membership and shape an exciting new brand for the library.
Legal Sorcery’s first post appeared on March 12th, 2014. This coming Thursday is the one year anniversary of the blog’s launch. Staff at the Law Society Library are beginning to get excited about celebrating the blog’s first birthday. Let us know what we should do to celebrate Legal Sourcery’s anniversary!
Nancy Pearl, our librarian action figure, is excited about the celebrations. Here she is in the library stacks.