Collaboration among Legal Information Providers in Quebec: CAIJ and Lexum's Shared Vision

Frédéric Pelletier, Sonia Loubier


This note describes how collaboration among various providers of legal information can maximize the benefits for their respective users. The phenomenon is described from the perspective of two organizations heavily involved in providing access to law in the province of Quebec, Canada. The Centre d’accès à l’information juridique (CAIJ) serves members of the Quebec Bar by providing online access to case law, legislation and quite a rich selection of secondary materials. With respect to secondary materials, Lexum plays an important role in helping the CAIJ to publish numerous documents in HTML format, which are fully searchable and integrated with other CAIJ collections.


Canada, digitization, legal publishing, online, Quebec, secondary legal literature

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