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The Lawyers Weekly - 1 Year Digital Subscription + Get 3 FREE Bonus Months!*

$260.00
Publisher: LexisNexis Canada
Format::  Newspaper, 20
ISBN:: 9780433464884
2013-01-01

Description

The Lawyers Weekly's hard-hitting news, opinion and feature articles give legal professionals the information they need to make key decisions in their business lives. Each issue contains:

The Lawyers Weekly is published 48 times each year and is read by lawyers, judges and other legal professionals across Canada each week. Delivery options include: print, print and digital or digital-only formats.


Terms and conditions:


Offer available in Canada, to new subscribers only. Cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Includes 48 regular one year issues, plus 12 bonus issues, for a total of 60 issues. Bonus offer expires May 31, 2013.


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