Wednesday, May 06, 2015

Canadian Association of Law Libraries Conference Sessions Now Recognized for Legal Continuing Education

One interesting piece of news coming out of this year's annual conference of the Canadian Association of Law Libraries (CALL) ending today in Moncton, New Brunswick is the fact that the Law Society of New Brunswick has recognized a number of the conference sessions as being eligible for lawyers' continuing professional development credits.

That probably explains the presence of practising lawyers at a few of the sessions I have attended, including yesterday's presentation by University of Moncton law professor Michel Doucet on the constitutional rights of official language minorities and this morning's plenary session with Dalhousie University's Wayne MacKay on cyberbullying.

CALL planners for next year's annual conference in Vancouver intend to continue this kind of educational outreach to people beyond the law library bubble.


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