Do you practice in Ontario? OCLA has created an app for information on 47 law libraries in the province and what resources they offer. If you’re travelling to Kenora, wouldn’t you like to know when the courthouse and the library are open before you get there? Simply scan the QR code below or visit: http://oclanet.com/app.html for more information.
Books in the library:
- Legal Liability of Doctors and Hospitals in Canada, 5th ed by Gerald B. Robertson
- Canadian Health Law Practice Manual by John J. Morris
- Personal injury damages in Canada, 3rd ed by Ken Cooper-Stephenson
- Canadian Health Facilities Law Guide by Beth Marshall (Updated to 2016)
desLibris (Behind the Law Society of Manitoba Member’s Portal):
- Carlson Personal Injury Quantum of Damages NetLetter
- LexisNexis Health Law NetLetter
- LexisNexis Personal Injury NetLetter
*Newsletter distribution service is only offered to member’s of the Law Society of Manitoba.
The Manitoba Law Library will be closing at 11:00 am on Friday, June 21st for a swearing in ceremony reception.
After hours access will be available after 5:00 pm on Friday.
Regular hours will resume on Monday, June 24th.
Vol. 38 No. 3 of the Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal has arrived in the library.
From the Law Reports
Henson Trusts: A Sham in Sheep’s Clothing? A Comment on S.A. v. Metro Vancouver Corp. – by Joel Nitikman
Seguin v. Pearson: Due Clarity on Undue Influence – by Lionel J. Tupman and Amanda Bettencourt
Beyond Great Expectations: Spes Successionis in 21st Century Canadian Law – by Calvin Hancock
Planning Considerations for Digital Assets – by Ian M. Hull, Suzana Popovic-Montag, and Nick Esterbauer
The Effectiveness of Exulpatory Clauses – by Carla Figliomeni
The Effect of Marriage Breakdown on Pension Rights in Ontario – by Melanie Yach and Andrea McEwan
If you are a member of the Law Society of Manitoba and would like to receive a copy of any of these articles, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are thrilled to announce additional digital criminal law content available to all members: Emond Publications award-winning Criminal Law series.
Emond’s award-winning Criminal Law Series offers clear, concise guidance on the practical and procedural aspects of criminal law. Ideally suited for members of the criminal bar and judiciary, this collection covers discrete areas of criminal practice, anchored by the expertise of General Editors Brian H. Greenspan and Justice Vincenzo Rondinelli. Most titles are authored by both defence and Crown counsel, lending balance and comprehensiveness to the series.Emond.ca
These e-books are accessible by signing in to the member’s portal, clicking on the “Library Resources” on the left hand navigation panel, and then scrolling to the bottom of the page. Don’t miss out on our other resources there, like Rangefindr.ca, a criminal sentencing digest. Go to our “Legal Ease” page for guides on how to use these products if you have difficulty, or contact us at email@example.com.