2019 CALL Conference Podcast Series Wins A Clawbie Award

14 Jan 2020 12:49 PM | Michel-Adrien Sheppard (Administrator)
The winners of the 2019 Canadian Law Blog Awards (known as the Clawbies) were announced a little while ago over the holidays.

The Fodden Award 2019 for the very best in Canadian legal commentary went to the Supreme Advocacy Newsletter:
"A veritable institution in the Canadian legal community, readers come for the Supreme Court of Canada case news and stay for the Last Word. Eugene Meehan and his team have been generously sharing their expertise with an enjoyable side of miscellany since the mid ‘90s. The newsletter represents an impressive commitment to free and open sharing of legal knowledge—the true hallmark of any Fodden Award winner."
Two sites were recognized as the Best Law Library Resource:
There’s really only one word—stellar—to describe David Whelan’s blog, where he writes first-person reflections on law libraries and technology. From the nominations: “One of the most useful sites where I learn things to move forward with my work.”
CALL for Innovation Podcast
Colin Lachance recorded this series of interviews at the 2019 CALL/ACBD conference in partnership with vLex—we think this is probably the first-ever Canadian law library podcast! More please!"
There were awards in many other categories.

The Clawbies are organized by Stem Legal, a B.C.-based strategy firm.

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