From the Saskatchewan Access to Justice Working Group
Six things the Law Society Library is doing to improve access to justice: http://bit.ly/2t4h0Na.
Several spots left for “Golf CLASSIC with NHL Alumni”, a fundraiser for CLASSIC: http://bit.ly/2t499yM.
The National Self-Represented Litigants Project invites professionals who assist self-represented litigants to become part of National Directory: http://bit.ly/2tIMQ0q.
U of S Professors Heavin and Keet discuss simple framework for risk analysis and the impact it has on the way legal services are delivered: http://bit.ly/2tMU3Ls.
New initiative from Ryerson University’s Legal Innovation Zone will engage youth in the access to justice discussion: http://bit.ly/2uDjUpB.
Open data sets in Ontario have potential to inform preventative or proactive access to justice responses: http://bit.ly/2uQNlq9.
Using social media to advance access to justice: http://bit.ly/2f2Aaws.
Law Society of Saskatchewan highlights improvement of access to legal services as a strategic direction: http://bit.ly/2tOjyh2.
Winkler Institute conducts public engagements with family justice sector participants to gather first-hand experiences to help inform family law system reform: http://bit.ly/2v0m8Bs.
CREATE Justice invites research project ideas from lawyers and legal organizations: http://bit.ly/2eOBp2c.
Toll-free hotline will provide Ontarians in small urban and rural centres with linguistically and culturally appropriate legal services: http://bit.ly/2w1f6JS.
Save the date for the 2nd Annual Saskatchewan Access to Justice Week, being held October 16-22, 2017.