But today I came across "Kabuk Law" (no, I have absolutely no clue where that name came from although I can tell you that they bill themselves as "the first interactive platform for seeking legal advice in North America, enabling consumers to source desired providers and book appointments online" and there is an interesting little story behind how the site came to be) that appears worthy of sharing.
This is the link to their blog, where some interesting articles in their own right can be found. This will take you to their main page.
So what's it all about, you ask?
Basically it's a CANADIAN site that attempts to connect the public (meaning people like you. And you. And yes, you too) with lawyers. Pardon my excitement, but finding truly Canadian sites like this is indeed rare.
It would appear that they actually want to make getting legal advice easier, right here in Canada. Who would have thunk it, eh?