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Slaw Site News – 2012-03-22

Site news for those who read Slaw only via RSS or email

1. Comment Watch:

In the last week there were 50 comments. You might be particularly interested in these:

  • the six comments on David Canton’s post “Demanding Social Media Passwords From Job Seekers Is Wrong”
  • the thoughtful comments on Jack Newton’s post “Addressing the High Cost of Cloud Computing Due Diligence”
  • the five comments on David Canton’s post “Using QR Codes.”

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Slaw Site News – 2012-03-08

Site news for those who read Slaw only via RSS or email

1. Comment Watch:

In the last week there were 35 comments. You might be particularly interested in these:

  • The exchange between Emily Vella and Connie Crosby on the latter’s post, “New Social Media Darling Pinterest and Copyright Law”
  • Comments by Robert Richards and Robert McKay in which they share links to their Slaw pieces that touch on the topic explored by Susan Munro in “The Context of Legal Information.”

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Slaw Site News – 2012-02-23

Site news for those who read Slaw only via RSS or email

1. Comment Watch:

In the last week there were 34 comments. You might be particularly interested in these:

  • The erudite comment by John Davis on “The Friday Fillip: Time… and Time Again”
  • the comments elaborating on Adam Dodek’s post, “Reform-Minded BC Ready to Tackle Sacred Cows of Justice System”
  • Nate Russell’s comment with the link to an XLS file of all the tweets involved in the recent Twitter moot introduced in Dave Bilinsky’s post, “First Ever Twitter Moot: #Twtmoot”.

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Slaw Site News – 2012-02-09

Site news for those who read Slaw only via RSS or email

1. Comment Watch:

In the last week there were 57 comments. You might be particularly interested in these:

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2. SlawTips

This week’s tips on SlawTips are:

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Slaw Site News – 2012-01-26

Site news for those who read Slaw only via RSS or email

1. Comment Watch:

In the last week there were 33 comments. You might be particularly interested in these:

  • the eight comments on Simon Fodden’s “Apple’s New iBooks Author” discussing the EULA required by that software
  • the thoughtful exchange on Jamie Maclaren’s column, “A Pay or Play Proposition for Access to Justice.”
  • the enthusiastic comments on Ruth Bird’s column, “Professional Associations and Why They Matter”

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Slaw Site News – 2012-01-19

Site news for those who read Slaw only via RSS or email

1. Comment Watch:

In the last week there were 80 comments (possibly a record on Slaw). You might be particularly interested in these:

  • the 30 comments on the post by Simon Fodden, “Same-Sex Divorce and Conflict of Laws,” that thoroughly canvassed the topic.
  • the 17 comments on Connie Crosby’s post, “Should There Be Parttime Law School in Canada?” that form a pretty exhaustive list of the part-time law programs that are in fact available
  • the very lengthy and detailed comment by John Wood on the older post, “Electronic
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Slaw Site News – 2012-01-12

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1. Comment Watch:

In the last week there were 32 comments. You might be particularly interested in these:

  • the discussion about using GPS tracking on company vehicles following the post by Yosie Saint-Cyr, “Employer Monitoring Employees With GPS Tracking”
  • the lengthy exchange—15 comments extending into the prior week—on Shaunna Mireau’s post, “Queen’s Counsel Appointments.”

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Slaw Site News – 2011-12-15

Site news for those who read Slaw only via RSS or email

1. Comment Watch:

In the last week there were 44 comments. You might be particularly interested in these:

  • The exchange between Gary Rodrigues and Simon Chester concerning Geneviève Lay’s post, “Language Rights Issues Returning to the Supreme Court?”
  • the comment by CanLII President, Colin Lachance, expanding a little on what sort of numbers it takes to be a popular case on CanLII.

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Slaw Site News – 2011-12-08

Site news for those who read Slaw only via RSS or email

1. Comment Watch:

In the last week there were 44 comments. You might be particularly interested in these:

  • The comments on Bob Berring’s post, “Legal Research Training’s End”
  • The thoughtful comment by Makwaminising_nini on the post “Dunkin’ the Victim: a Note on Legal-Political Background of the Current Attawapiskat Campaign” by Michael Posluns
  • The 9 comments on Simon Fodden’s post “Apple’s Siri on iPhone 4s and Legal Privilege

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Slaw Site News – 2011-11-24

Site news for those who read Slaw only via RSS or email

1. Comment Watch:

In the last week there were 39 comments. You might be particularly interested in these:

  • the continuing discussion of Gabriel Granatsein’s post Mandatory Union Awareness Training at Apple
  • the informative comment by Carrie Liddy on guest blogger Philippa Lawson’s informative post on Bill C-12 and “Lawful Authority” Under PIPEDA
  • the thoughtful comments on Nelson & Simek’s post Ruminations on the Ethics of Law Firm Information Security

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Slaw Site News – 2011-11-17

Site news for those who read Slaw only via RSS or email

1. Comment Watch:

In the last week there were 56 comments. You might be particularly interested in these:

  • the 15 comments on Yosie Saint-Cyr’s post “Should the Government Make Remembrance Day a Public (Statutory) Holiday?”, which surface concerns about militarization and whether the point is to have a holiday.
  • the extended exchange between David Cheifetz and guest blogger Erik Magraken on his post, “Tort Reform For The Better: Adding Liquidity to Dry Judgements.”
  • the debate following Gabriel Granatstein’s post, “Mandatory Union Awareness Training at Apple”

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Slaw Site News – 2011-11-10

Site news for those who read Slaw only via RSS or email

1. Comment Watch:

In the last week there were 47 comments. You might be particularly interested in these:

  • the 14 comments on Dave Billinsky’s post “Occupy Vancouver Demands Released”;
  • the exchange on guest blogger Erik Makgren’s post “Tort Reform for the Better: Adding Liquidity to Dry Judgements”.

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2. SlawTips

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