LAM News (Legal Aid Manitoba)
Periodical profile published 1976
Publisher: Legal Aid Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada
Year Published: 1976
Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
Cx Number: CX62
An underground paper dealing toung-in-cheek with the legal (aid) system.
Abstract: LAM News (Legal Aid Manitoba) is an underground paper published as often as the spirit moves. In this issue #5 Feb 1975:
The Judges of Manitoba: All judges from the Manitoba courts and from the Supreme Court of Canada are named from left to right as some lawyers see them.
The Judgements of Chief Justice Freedman: First of a series of selections from the written decisions of a great Manitoba judge.
Common Mistakes about Family Law: An additional ten mistakes to a previous list of 26 mistakes.
Television Lawyers: A tongue-in-cheek answer to "Is Perry Mason realistic?"
Teaching Law in Elementary School: Experimental program with elementary school students in Winnipeg to give children an understanding of concepts underlying the law: Freedom, Responsibility, Dignity of the Individual, Property, Privacy.
Statements by Juveniles to the Police: Part of an available six page summary of all Canadian cases on the subject.