Computer Applications for Law Clerks
Our newest textbook for Law Clerks is Computer Applications for Law Clerks: Using MS Office and Windows to Prepare Professional Documentation.
This textbook demonstrates how to prepare accurate legal documents and utilize resources to their full potential using Windows, MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, and MS Outlook. Click here for more details on what is included and to download a sample copy, which includes the Table of Contents and Chapters 1 and 2.
Note that the Law Clerk version of this textbook will include exercises and examples that focus on areas of law generally practiced by Law Clerks.
Computer Applications for Paralegals
Computer Applications for Paralegals is available to purchase now. Shipping will start on July 1st.
Note that the Paralegal version of this textbook will include exercises and examples that focus on areas of law generally practiced by Paralegals.
2016 Ontario Municipal & Real Estate Directory
Completely updated research! New look, new format, new cover! The 2016 version of this must-have resource is now available. A limited number of copies will be produced.
The 480-page directory contains all essential information for each municipality in Ontario, PLUS a bonus: each copy will receive access to a website with links to all online forms for each municipality!
Click here for more information about this essential legal resource.
Barb Asselin co-authored this textbook with Lynn Berry and it was published by Emond Montgomery Publications. This textbook is used by colleges across Canada in their Legal Assistant programs. It includes transcription files and answer keys for 10 different areas of law.
Click here to order your copy from Emond Montgomery.
Rehabilitating Municipal Infrastructures in Ontario: Challenges and prospects of funding is Barb Asselin’s MBA thesis. It aims to determine whether or not Ontario municipalities have a completed asset management plan to asses the rate of deterioration of existing municipal infrastructure items and how municipalities plan to pay for the building, re-building, and rehabilitation of each item, given the finite funding available through government channels.