Trannuh: libraries and lawyers

Toronto’s public library system is one of the largest in the world, and features the landmark Reference Library, which I’ve always been quite attached to. Therefore, it was with some happiness that I read about “Lawyers Love Libraries” (more here</a). It's a fundraising campaign as part of Keep Toronto Reading, and involves a lot of the major Bay Street law firms.

In personal news, my proposal (with the intriguing title of ‘Minerva’s Mouse: The Challenge of Cyberlaw’!) has been accepted by the Osgoode Hall graduate conference (information here, but not much available yet) for this May. As a former (one-year) student at Osgoode, I’m thrilled to get a chance to go back and to talk about my research. I may even take a spin by the Reference Library and drop a toonie in the tin while I’m there!

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