Browse below to find out about some of Legal Info Nova Scotia's recent innovative initiatives providing Nova Scotians with practical help to deal with everyday legal problems.

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  • LISNS co-recipient of IWK Board Community Excellence Award

    LISNS co-recipient of IWK Board Community Excellence Award

    Wednesday, June 20th, 2018 (Halifax, NS) – The Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS) is honoured to be the co-recipient with McInnes Cooper of the 2018 IWK Board of Directors’ Award for Community Excellence, for

  • CBA-NS recognizes Legal Info NS for digital innovation!

    CBA-NS recognizes Legal Info NS for digital innovation!

    Friday, June 15th, 2018 (Halifax, NS) – The Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS) was the recipient of the Canadian Bar Association–Nova Scotia (CBANS) inaugural Access to Justice Award. This award recognizes and celebrates outstanding

  • Our new wills app is live!

    Our new wills app is live!

    Legal Info Nova Scotia's new web-based wills application is now live.  The app helps you collect the basic information your lawyer will need to do your will.  You'll find answers to common questions about making

  • New Small Claims Court app

    New Small Claims Court app

    New App Launches to Help Self-represented Nova Scotians in Small Claims Court October 30, 2017 | HALIFAX – Today, the Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS) is launching the Small Claims Court App,  designed to assist

  • LISNS Award winning Public Navigator Project

    LISNS Award winning Public Navigator Project

    Key goals of this project are to help self-represented individuals: understand their issue(s) and options, gain confidence with making a decision for conflict resolution, be satisfied with the process, less frequently using formal court processes

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