Canadian Association of Law Libraries Report on Carswell Loose-Leaf Policies
Recently on the listserv of the Canadian Association of Law Libraries (CALL), there have been many posts about changes to the way libraries could purchase loose-leaf content from Canadian publisher Carswell, a Thomson Reuters company.
The CALL Vendor-Liaison Committee and the Toronto Association of Law Libraries have produced a report on the issue.
As Michel de Montaigne would say, "Je vais au change indiscrètement et tumultuairement - mon style et mon esprit vont vagabondant de même" (Essais, III, 9, De la vanité): I go where my fancy leads me, but my fancy always leads back to the law
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