From the Saskatchewan Access to Justice Working Group
Saskatoon lawyer Janice Gingell helps people access legal advice even after retiring: http://bit.ly/2tbZm6z.
Harvard Law School’s Access to Justice Lab aims to challenge legal exceptionalism: http://bit.ly/2rFE5QJ.
University of Saskatchewan project tackles access to justice issues: http://bit.ly/2tbpJt0.
Fifth version of National Self-Represented Litigants Project’s Access to Justice Annotated Bibliography released, featuring new section on unbundling and legal coaching: http://bit.ly/2rJQJmA.
Access to justice should be priority for robot lawyers: http://bit.ly/2szag8h.
British Columbia’s Civil Resolution Tribunal offers an online option for small-claims disputes: http://bit.ly/2rADnc3.
CLASSIC’s Chantelle Johnson striving tirelessly for equity: http://bit.ly/2roA8jW.
New videos in Nova Scotia provide an overview on common family justice topics: http://bit.ly/2sa7zJI.
Supreme Court chief justice, known for access to justice leadership, to retire: http://bit.ly/2sIzAZV.
New report of Legal Services Corporation explores “The Justice Gap: Measuring the Unmet Civil Legal Needs of Low-income Americans”: http://bit.ly/2tbLCIK.
University of Saskatchewan College of Law associate professor Sarah Buhler talks about her work in the area of access to justice through community-engaged research: http://bit.ly/2roWSQL.
Site for crowdfunding justice comes to United States: http://voc.tv/2qZ25CU.
Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission Speaker Series to feature Harold Johnson, crown prosecutor and award-winning author on June 27, 2017 in Saskatoon. RSVP to email@example.com by June 26.