Case Commented On: R v Biever, 2015 ABQB 301 The link between access to information and access to justice is not often discussed, but it is implicit in our legal process. Document production, questioning, and Crown disclosure are all premised on the notion that one needs access to relevant … [Read more...]
Public Legal Education on the Small Screen
Canadians watch a lot of online videos. In fact, we’re second only to the U.K. in online videos views with the average Canadian taking in an impressive 291 videos a month. According to StatsCan nearly 80 per cent of Canadians aged 18-64 watch videos online. Education – including public legal … [Read more...]
Where Do I Find Reliable Canadian Legal Information Online?
LawNow is an excellent starting point when searching for legal information, but where can you look when you have a very specific problem? The internet is a powerful resource for the average person to learn about the law. There are many great websites that offer accurate and reliable information … [Read more...]
Canadians Blessed with Reliable Legal Information Online
Canadians are fortunate to have a wealth of reliable legal information online. A key source is a core of dedicated non-profit public legal education organizations across the country. These are organizations whose main purpose is to make legal information accessible and understandable to everyone. … [Read more...]