Halsbury’s Laws of Canada Encyclopedia Set Completed in 2013

We hear frequently that print publications are fading which makes what Simon Chester wrote about recently an even more astounding development. Considering that it is 2013 and digital content, mobile applications, cloud-based computing, and “solutions” are all the legal publishing rage, so to speak, Halsbury’s Laws of Canada has just recently completed the arduous and daring task of producing the final print volume in its “new” (Halsbury’s/Lexis began creating the set in 2006) 70+ volume encyclopedia set covering Canadian federal and provincial law.

Kudos. The traditional legal encyclopedia treatise (whether in print or digital format) lives on for another day.

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