From the Saskatchewan Access to Justice Working Group
Free ID clinic February 28 for Saskatchewan Birth Certificates: http://bit.ly/2BU2R8d.
The 8th Annual Just Rights Art Auction taking place on March 1, with proceeds to CLASSIC: http://bit.ly/2ov5Hcs.
Recent issue of Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice features articles by Saskatchewan authors on the psychological cost of civil litigation, establishing access to justice entry points at public libraries, and lawyer competencies for access to justice: http://bit.ly/2lW67r3.
Family Law Help at Saskatoon Public Libraries on select dates: http://bit.ly/2FaYkjG.
Children Experiencing Divorce Program on March 3 and 10 in Meadow Lake: http://bit.ly/2oxWSO0.
Second Annual College of Law and CREATE Justice Student Research Poster Competition and CREATE announcement on March 6: http://bit.ly/2sXSiOQ.
Register for Training on Legal Coaching in Saskatoon on March 13, and Regina on March 15: http://bit.ly/2Coruer.
Watch “Access to Justice: What’s a Family Law Judge to Do?”, a lecture presented on February 12 by the Hon. Justice Williams, of the Nova Scotia Supreme Court Family Division, leading family law judge and educator: http://bit.ly/2sWP1is.
Alarm and appeal for Canada to lead effective global access to justice data effort: http://bit.ly/2osWd1m.
Free family law information sessions being held at Rosetown Centennial Library starting on March 7, April 11, May 9: http://bit.ly/2oCgnVI.
Save the date for the annual Lady Justice Dinner, in support of the Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan on May 17 at Station 20 West in Saskatoon.