Can the law be dry, tedious, and technical? Of course. But it doesn’t have to be. The creative minds behind these three law blogs have found a way to highlight the importance of Canadian law, while also making it current, engaging and even funny.
Here are our three nominations for the 2019 Canadian Law Blog Awards.
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Toronto’s Experts in Family Law
Law Podcast – LawLawLand
This is a relatively new podcast from a criminal defense lawyer and a comedian. Why didn’t we think of something like this? Mindy Caterina and Garrett Jamieson have created a podcast that is timely, interesting, and appealing to a very wide audience. You don’t have to know the law to listen to LawLawLand.
Visual Law Blog – Caryma Sa’d
Criminal, landlord/tenant and cannabis lawyer Caryma Sa’d is a fearless advocate for the underdogs. While she does not maintain a written blog on her website, Caryma has launched a series of landlord/tenant comics which are short, informative, and beautiful to look at. It’s a perfect resource for almost any Torontonian who has a simple question about housing rules.
Administrative Law Blog – Canadian Administrative Law Blog
The Canadian Administrative Law Blog, published by Harper Grey LLP, does all the heavy lifting for those who need to find a substantive case involving administrative laws in Canada. Written pieces are the perfect blend of facts and commentary, and the easy-to-use search feature makes this database a delight to visit.
Nominate A Law Blog
Use the Twitter hashtag #clawbies2019 to discover more Canadian law blogs, or to make a nomination of your own. Make sure to tag the firm or the blog, and don’t forget to use the hashtag #clawbies2019. Alternatively, you can visit the Clawbies website for more information.