The Toronto Lawyers Association’s Courthouse Library offers lawyers the sophisticated tools to do extensive legal research at a fraction of the usual cost, says its executive director Joan Rataic-Lang.
"We really are kind of like a Bay Street library for the little guy,” she tells AdvocateDaily.com.
Located at the Ontario Superior Courthouse at 361 University Ave., the TLA Courthouse Library is not just an architectural gem with books on shelves, she says. It’s a repository of human expertise. The library has a staff of five, including one library technician and three librarians. They act as free researchers for members, providing them with expert access to an up-to-date collection of books and electronic resources. Read the full article here.