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By Alan Kilpatrick, Librarian
The Law Society team will be presenting later this week at the joint 2021 Saskatchewan/Manitoba Libraries Association (SLA/MLA) Virtual Conference:
Wednesday, June 16th @ 10:30am -11:30am
How can we help you help your patrons? The Law Society of Saskatchewan legal information experts are on hand and ready to help library staff and users navigate the intricacies of legal information, resources, and research. Legal problems are common. Legal information can help. It can be frustrating for your patrons to find and access credible legal information. We’re on a mission to help change that.
Attendees will learn about the resources, services, and expertise available to libraries and their users via the Law Society, gaining confidence and knowledge to respond to legal information reference questions and assist users who have legal information needs.
Attendees from both Saskatchewan and Manitoba libraries can benefit!
Ken Fox, Co-Director & Librarian, Legal Resources
Alan Kilpatrick, Co-Director & Librarian, Legal Resources
Pamela Kovacs, Senior Policy Council
Julie Sobowale, Communications Director
Learn more about our presentation.