Courthouse Libraries BC

Courthouse Libraries BC is a non-profit organization providing access to legal information resources and information services to members of the legal community and the public of British Columbia. Courthouse Libraries BC operates Clicklaw as part of its mission to improve access to legal information for the public.

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This report presents an overview of the public legal education and information (PLEI) resources available in BC in order to identify and analyze gaps and overlaps. The research was conducted in 2009 as part of the ...
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The LawMatters program of Courthouse Libraries BC assists public libraries to provide legal information to the public. This report summarizes the findings of a phone survey of 20 public libraries conducted to identify ...
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The LawMatters At Your Local Public Library Program helps public libraries enhance their legal information collections and provides training for public library staff. This report reviews the initial project's outcomes ...
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This report presents an evaluation on Clicklaw, based on the original project goals and the 2011-2013 Courthouse Libraries BC strategic plan. Clicklaw aims to improve access to justice by providing British Columbians ...
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Just a Click Away is an initiative to enhance how technology can be used to deliver public legal education and information to Canadians. This report identifies practices in using technology to provide public legal ...
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This is a report on workshop findings and design implications for supporting the complex decision making landscape of immigrant settlement workers. The report makes recommendations on how the PLEI sector can support the ...
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