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Daniel
Poulin

Meaningful public access to legislation

03.11.2014 Tags:  Free Access to Law Daniel Poulin, President of Lexum was a panelist at the Nudging Regulations conference by Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice in Ottawa on September 9th, 2014. See his slides below. Meaningful public access to legislation by Daniel Poulin, Emeritus professor, U. of Montreal, President, Lexum Inc. Can a statute or regulation... Read more

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Create Your Own Annotated Federal Acts of Canada with Qweri

Lexum has made all Federal Acts of Canada available with Qweri for some months now and their popularity is growing rapidly. In addition to the linking of sections with caselaw, the mobile friendly interface and the powerful search, you can now add personal notes to your most often consulted legislative texts. To add your notes to the Federal Acts of Canada, first create an account with Qweri : Thereafter... Read more

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Court Martial Decisions Soon to be Made Available with Decisia by the Department of National Defence

The Office of the Chief Military Judge , an independent unit of the Canadian Forces, has selected Decisia to facilitate access to court martial decisions on its own website. In 2013, 75 courts martial decisions were issued. Decisia will substantially improve searching and browsing these decisions, in addition to allowing the dissemination of the court martial archives in a format compatible with web... Read more

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Pierre-Paul
Lemyre

Making the Most Out of Word Templates and Styles

This blog post is the first of a series of five addressing the question: how far can legal information providers go by building upon Word files? This content is part of a paper to be presented at the 2014 Law via the Internet Conference to be held in Cape Town from September 30th to October […] Read more

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