LawNow Magazine, a digital publication of the Centre for Public Education Alberta has decided after 37 years of publication to go from being subscription-based to being free, as of September. Subscriptions had been $29.95 a year for 6 issues. The publication is also launching a new website in the fall."We believe this change will allow greater access to LawNow’s valuable content and will help us reach new audiences," said the publication in a release.
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