The Canadian Association of Law Libraries will be hosting the next Joint Study Institute
June 20 – 23, 2010 in Montreal:
"The program for the 2010 Joint Study Institute, Diversity, Culture and Contrasts: Canada's Legal Kaleidoscope, will explore Canada's legal system through sessions on constitutional and parliamentary law, aboriginal law, civil law, the courts and the judiciary, legal ethics. All of these themes will come together in one of the final sessions dealing with sovereignty and the Northwest Passage."
The Joint Study Institute is co-sponsored by law library associations from the United States, Great Britain and Ireland, New Zealand and Australia and is held once every two years in a different country. The goal is to provide an opportunity to learn of the host country's legal heritage and traditions.
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