I am very excited about the new offering from the Canadian Association of Law Libraries: the New Law Librarians’ Institute. This is a substantive learning opportunity that I wish I had as a new law librarian.
According to the flyer sent out by the Association:
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the New Law Librarians’ Institute is an intensive, week-long, in-person course fostering key competencies in law librarianship, including knowledge and understanding of
- law-making institutions (legislatures, courts, administrative tribunals) and how law is created
- characteristics of, and differences between primary and secondary sources of law
- the principal substantive law publications (legislation, case reports, commentaries) in