Day: April 21, 2017
From the Saskatchewan Access to Justice Working Group
National Action Committee on Access to Justice in Civil & Family Matters’ (NAC) Justice Development Goals Status Report released in March 2017 here: http://bit.ly/2o9MyOY. New NAC “Justice Development Goals” website launched in March 2017 here: http://bit.ly/2pDRn36.
People’s Law School presents the “Restorative Justice Dinner, Drama, & Discussion” on April 24 in Saskatoon & on April 25 in Prince Albert. For more information & to RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free Law Day Telephone Clinic being hosted on April 25 & 26 by CBA Sask. & Pro Bono Law Sask. Call 1-306-569-3098 (Regina) or 1-855-833-7257 (toll free) to book a telephone appointment to obtain free legal advice from a volunteer Saskatchewan lawyer. Limited space available.
NAC is building an inventory of ways that access to justice is being improved across Canada. If your access to justice related innovations involve collaboration; governance; new delivery approaches; technology; or evaluation, please share them by May 15 here: http://bit.ly/2orbttv.
National Self-Represented Litigants Project seeks family lawyer input about ‘legal coaching’ by May 15 to help inform development of training program for lawyers interested in building a coaching practice: http://bit.ly/2oalo9K.
Free help with family law problems during April, May, & June in Saskatoon: http://bit.ly/2o961ze.
Research study seeks to connect with tenants who have been represented by CLASSIC or who represented themselves at a hearing at the Office of Residential Tenancies (Rentalsman). For more information, contact Sarah Buhler at 1-306-270-5564 or email@example.com, or drop by CLASSIC to sign up. Participants will receive $25 to thank them for their time.
Save the date for the 2nd Annual Saskatchewan Access to Justice Week, being held October 16-22, 2017.
Have you heard about the Saskatchewan Access to Legal Information Project, an initiative of CREATE Justice? Learn more here: http://bit.ly/2oQtzGr.
Sask. could be forced to dismiss serious criminal cases due to shortage of justices, says Chief Justice Popescul: http://bit.ly/2otslPn.