Monday’s Mix

Each Monday we present brief excerpts of recent posts from five of Canada’s award­-winning legal blogs chosen at random* from more than 80 recent Clawbie winners. In this way we hope to promote their work, with their permission, to as wide an audience as possible.

This week the randomly selected blogs are 1.Meurrens on Immigration 2. Eloise Gratton 3. Library Boy 4. The Lean Law Firm 5. BC Provincial Court eNews

Meurrens on Immigration
Artificial Intelligence and Canadian Immigration

When people submit applications to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada they typically have spent significant time carefully completing forms and assembling documents. They expect that their applications will be processed by visa officers who carefully review the information before them. However, applicants need to understand that their artificial intelligence is playing an increasing role in visa processing, as is the bulk processing of applications. …

Eloise Gratton
BLG publie un guide de conformité sur la protection des renseignements personnels dans le secteur privé québécois

Comme vous le savez peut-être déjà, les nouvelles exigences découlant de l’adoption du projet de loi 64 entrent en vigueur à partir de l’année prochaine. Le Québec prend les devants en étant la première juridiction à mettre à jour sa législation en matière de protection des renseignements personnels, la rapprochant ainsi du Règlement général sur la protection des données de l’Union européenne. …

Library Boy
Throne Speech Highlights of Interest to the Library and IM Community

The website has published a post with highlights of interest to the Canadian library and information management community from yesterday’s federal Throne Speech that outlined the government’s agenda for the First Session of the Forty-Fourth Parliament of Canada. …

The Lean Law Firm
E110: Ready to Toss Your To-Do List? 3 Reasons Why a Visual Method Is Easier

When Janelle came to us, she was running her busy litigation practice off an 18-page to-do list she kept on a yellow pad on her desk. I’m sure you can picture that list. Frayed edges. Tasks were jotted down in the margins while she talked on the phone. Assignments were written on little flags sticking out of the sides. Things were crossed off in red and other things were highlighted with a rainbow of colors. …

BC Provincial Court eNews
Trivia Quiz: How much do you know about the Provincial Court of BC?

Take our Trivia Quiz and find out! Ten multiple choice questions and seven possible bonus points. Note your answers and check them using the link at the bottom. Then brag about your score by tweeting us @BCProvCourt. …


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