POSTPONED: Free training in WestlawNext Canada Nov 10 (Kentville)

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Event date: 
Thursday, November 10, 2016 (All day)
Name of Organization: 
Nova Scotia Barristers' Society Library
Contact Email: 
Kings County Barristers' Library

The Nova Scotia Barristers' Society licenses WestlawNext Canada, a comprehensive online legal research product, for lawyers’ use in Barristers’ Libraries in Halifax, Kentville and Sydney. 

Free training is offered at the Kings County Barristers' Library on November 10, 2016.

Please call L&IS at 425 2665 or 1 866 219 1202 (toll-free) to book a one-hour session at a time that is convenient for you. You can bring members from your firm; please let us know at the time of booking. 

The platforms within our licensing agreement – CriminalSource, FamilySource, Estates&TrustsSource – provide access to key updated commentary. Our CriminalSource subscription now includes former CriminalSpectrum (Canada Law Book) content, including Ewaschuk's Criminal Pleadings & Practice in Canada, McWiliams’ Canadian Criminal Evidence, and Salhany's Canadian Criminal Procedure.

WestlawNext Canada offers an all-in-one search box and customizable interface, as well as the ability to browse content collections and drill down into commentary sources. It offers new functionality in managing your search results with search filters and visual indicators.

L&IS is pleased to offer training sessions on WestlawNext Canada with Thomson Carswell’s Executive Learning Consultant, Sam MacKenzie.