Last week, University of Victoria law librarian Kim Nayyer, published a post at Slaw.ca on the public legal education seminars organized by PLEI Connect
"PLEI Connect is a multi-jurisdiction, team initiative of CLEO [Community Legal Education Ontario], Éducaloi,
PovNet, and Courthouse Libraries BC. It originated only a couple of
years ago at the Just a Click Away conference."
Earlier posts on public legal education include:
- Public Legal Education Webinars Just A Click Away (January 27, 2011): "Just A Click Away, a Canada-wide initiative on public legal education and information (PLEI) being coordinated by Courthouse Libraries BC, is organizing a two-day intensive conference in Vancouver, British Columbia on February 23 & 24, 2011 (...) As a run up to the conference, Just A Click Away has been running a webinar series that features different approaches being used to provide online PLEI."
- Phase 2 of Just A Click Away Public Legal Education Project (October 13, 2011): "This next phase features four elements: An online community of practice ... A series of webinar broadcasts ... A series of hand-on web labs ...Documentation of best practices ..."
- Community Legal Education Ontario Launches Podcast Series (June 13, 2012): "Legal research news from an Ottawa law librarian
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Community Legal Education Ontario Launches Podcast Series
The Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO) has launched a series of podcasts that people can subscribe to for free via iTunes."
- Quebec Bar Association TV Series 3rd Season Begins in September (August 19, 2012): "The third season of the television series Le Droit de Savoir (The right to know) will begin on Quebec cable TV on September 18th on the Canal savoir channel in Quebec, and then on the Télé-Québec public educational network in the summer of 2013. The series is a production of the Quebec Bar Association."
- Quebec Bar Association Teams Up With Montreal Radio Station for Weekly Debate Show (November 5, 2012): "The Quebec Bar Association has teamed up with Montreal radio station CIBL 101,5 and the Juripop legal clinic to organize a weekly radio debate program called Droit de Cité. Every week, 2 teams of university debaters face off on a controversial public topic. Members of the public get to vote online to determine which team wins. All shows are archived on the Droit de Cité website."
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