Quickscribe Services is offering a free lunch-and-learn training session on its excellent legislation tracking and research service, Quickscribe 2.0, which I've written about elsewhere. The session qualifies for one CPD credit a will be held by webinar at noon on Wednesday 14 January 2015.
Quickscribe 2.0 offers access to all provincial, and some federal, legislation and regulations, without point-in-time capabilities, tracking of pending and in-force amendments and speedy consolidations. Public annotations are provided by leading practitioners; users can also make private annotations available only to themselves or only within a firm. The service features a cool tracking feature that will alert you to amendments and new annotations.
Although Quickscribe 1.0 was perhaps not as helpful as it could have been for family law practitioners, I have found Quickscribe 2.0 to be a handy research aid and surprisingly useful. You can take a slideshow-style tour of Quickscribe 2.0 or request a free trial.
Register for the training session on Eventbrite.