The answer to this frequently asked question is yes and no. The majority of the Great Library’s some 120,000 print volumes are for use in the library only and cannot be signed out. But, did you know that we do have a number of books you can borrow?
Our compact lending library includes recently published books on practice management, trends in the legal profession, biography and legal history, and even some fiction. These books may be borrowed by Law Society licensees for a two-week period.
Here are a few recent additions to the Great Library’s circulating collection:
- Solo Lawyer by Design: A Plan for Success in Any Practice / Gary P. Bauer. (ABA, 2017)
- Law is a Buyer’s Market: Building a Client-first Law Firm / Jordan Furlong. (JD Supra, 2017)
- The Millennial Lawyer: How Your Firm Can Motivate and Retain Young Associates / John P. Box. (ABA, 2018)
- In Furtherance of Justice: The Judicial Life of Thomas A. Cromwell / Stephen Aylward, Pam Hrick, eds. (LexisNexis, 2017)
- Claire L’Heureux-Dubé: A Life / Constance Backhouse. (Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History, 2017)
- Full Disclosure: A Novel / Beverly McLachlin. (Simon & Schuster, 2018)
- Women in Criminal Justice – True Cases by and about Canadian Women and the Law (Durvile, 2018)