Did you know that the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) website provides a wealth of free practice resources? We encourage you to check it out!
Here is a break down of the amazing resources provided by the CBA:
- Practice Tools
CBA’s Practice Tools feature a broad selection of online guides covering child rights, tax law, and legal ethics. For example, check out the Child Rights Toolkit.
- Practice Link
CBA’s Practice Links focus on work/life balance, mental health, and networking skills for legal professionals. For example, check out Got Stress? What to Do Before the Burnout Hits.
- Sections and Forums
CBA features over thirty sections that explore and develop resources for specific areas of the law. For example, check out the Aboriginal Law Section.
[This tip by Alan Kilpatrick originally appeared on the Law Society of Saskatchewan Library’s Legal Sourcery Blog]