Day: July 31, 2018

CREATE Justice Bulletin – July 2018

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From Centre for Research, Evaluation, and Action Towards Equal Justice (CREATE Justice)

The 3rd annual Saskatchewan Access to Justice Week is October 20-26. Have an event you would like to hold or an initiative you would like to highlight during the week? Contact the Access to Justice Coordinator with your idea: b.lowenberger@usask.ca.

The Impact of Changing Technology: https://bit.ly/2Ly9iDi.

Spotlight on Technology – Law Society of Saskatchewan’s President’s Report: https://bit.ly/2LlcGSw.

Survey Results from the First Two Years of Data Collection on Summary Legal Advice Services in Alberta: https://bit.ly/2NXMTh7.

Upcoming Family Law information sessions in Saskatoon and Regina: https://bit.ly/2O47roa.

Court fees to increase in Saskatchewan: https://bit.ly/2uCfLDj.

Professors Michaela Keet and Heather Heavin’s research on “Anticipating and Managing the Psychological Cost of Civil Litigation” featured on Slaw: https://bit.ly/2LbtafZ.

Nominations open for the 2018 Canadian Pro Bono Awards: https://bit.ly/2JA2Q9D.

Last day for CLASSIC client applications is July 30, with applications opening up again on September 10.

CBA launches free information on immigrating to Canada, including tips on the application process: https://bit.ly/2uCiKM9.

New podcast creates better understanding of legal issues: https://bit.ly/2mMpuCN.

Free ID clinic hosted by CLASSIC on August 28 at Station 20 West: https://bit.ly/2msY58L.

Over 40 researchers commit to artificial intelligence project aimed at improving access to justice: https://bit.ly/2v5VrJU.

PASS IT ON! SUBMIT YOUR BITE-SIZED ACCESS TO JUSTICE NEWS TO BE INCLUDED IN THE BULLETIN TO createjustice@usask.ca AND ENCOURAGE OTHERS TO SUBSCRIBE FOR THE BULLETIN AT http://bit.ly/29eyYPr.