From the Saskatchewan Access to Justice Working Group
Victor P. Dietz, Q.C. Pro Bono Service Award nominations due January 5: http://bit.ly/2BpKIvM.
Support CLASSIC by purchasing tickets for the inaugural “Cirque de CLASSIC” Fundraiser being held on January 19 in Saskatoon: http://bit.ly/2zuD4lR.
Sask.’s top judge spearheading book collection for people behind bars: http://bit.ly/2CyS4Bn.
Thompson Rivers University law students create apps aimed at improving access to justice, presented during “Battle of the Apps”: http://bit.ly/2As6MJb.
Legal Innovation Zone at Ryerson University announces Global Family Justice Initiative: http://bit.ly/2j4vvsW.
Landlord registry would protect vulnerable renters, non-profit says: http://bit.ly/2zTlQ3a.
Update on Saskatchewan Access to Legal Information Project featured in Winter 2017 edition of Law Society of Saskatchewan’s Benchers’ Digest : http://bit.ly/2Bt81Wx.
New report on Millennials, Technology and Access to Justice released by The Action Group on Access to Justice (TAG): http://bit.ly/2gwLDC4.
New publications from the Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family, including topics of Parenting Coordination and Children’s Participation in Justice Processes: http://bit.ly/2Bv4pn7.
Saskatchewan modernizing small claims court process: http://bit.ly/2hWlayg.
Special Issue of Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice published on “Innovation and Access to Justice: Addressing the Challenge of a Diverse Justice Ecosystem”: http://bit.ly/2kAYnJg.
Congratulations to the Hon. Thomas Cromwell, honourary fellow of CREATE Justice, named to the Order of Canada: http://bit.ly/2CXGKwf.