The Library is Closed

Stained glass window with text Law Society of Upper Canada established 1797

The Law Society of Ontario has shifted to a work-at-home approach in light of the pandemic and the Great Library is closed effective today, March 16. We will reopen on April 30 but, in the meantime, we will be unable to respond to email, phone, or in-person research requests. Document delivery and interlibrary loan are suspended until we reopen. And, obviously, our location in downtown Toronto is closed and the collection inaccessible.

We look forward to serving you again in the future.

Author: David Whelan

I improve information access. I have managed small and large information, library, and technology teams delivering information to professionals. My interests have frequently led me to consult with businesses, law libraries, and other organizations on their technology and information issues. I've been a library director in Ohio and Ontario, as well as directing the American Bar Association's Legal Technology Resource Center in Illinois. I speak and write frequently on information, technology, and law library topics and have published two books with Thomson Reuters Carswell: Finding and Managing Legal Information on the Internet and Practice Law in the Cloud.

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