This is the theme of the featured articles within the latest issue of LawNow, the online magazine known for its relevant and accessible legal writing.
The Sept/Oct 2020 issue of LawNow provides an update on how the pandemic has changed and continues to impact freedom of movement, family law practice, contractual relief and privacy (tracing apps).
Here are the featured articles:
Continue reading “COVID-19: Where are we now?”
Thank you for your patience as we have restricted our services in light of the pandemic. This week, we started our return to the library. While the Great Library will only be accessible to library staff, we are adding back chat and phone reference. And, of course, we have full access to our collection. Our staff are available from 9am to 3pm, Monday to Friday.
Additionally, if you would normally come in to get a document and now have to ask us to send it to you, ask anyway. For the time being, we are waiving our document delivery fees for print-sources materials and will continue to fulfill document delivery requests for electronic documents for free. Call, email, or chat and let us know what you need. We can fulfill your requests electronically.
Thanks again for your support and patience. Our staff continue to look forward to serve you remotely. We look forward to serving you in person in the future.
Effective Tuesday, March 24, 2020, the Great Library is starting back up its document delivery service to Law Society of Ontario licensees.
- Requests will be filled from electronic sources only. While the library remains closed, we’re unable to provide scans from materials in our print collection.
- Please use the document delivery form to make your request. If you do not have access to a web browser, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
- Requests will only be fulfilled by email. We do not have the ability to fax, mail, or have requests picked up.
For more information, see Document Delivery Service for Law Society Licensees on the Great Library’s web site.