By Brea Lowenberger
Director of CREATE Justice and Access to Justice Coordinator, University of Saskatchewan, College of Law
This post highlights events that may interest lawyers, law students, and/or law professors during the Saskatchewan Access to Justice Week, including CPD events.
Conference on Medical-Legal Partnerships in Saskatchewan: Disseminating information to key stakeholders (Saskatoon) – Registration FULL
(Email email@example.com for more information and to learn about future related events.)
Law Student Small Urban and Rural Law Firm Trip (Rural Centres) – Registration required
(Law students can check their email for more information.)
Launch of Saskatchewan Access to Legal Information Project Advertising Campaign (Province-Wide)
(Join the campaign by downloading and sharing the campaign materials [videos, bookmarks, posters, and documents] when the campaign launches during the week.)
Reconciliation, Decolonization, Indigenization – What Do These Words Mean to YOU? (Saskatoon)
(Taking place in Students’ Lounge, College of Law, University of Saskatchewan throughout the week.)
SAT. OCT. 20
Run for Justice Fundraiser (Saskatoon) – Registration required
(Registration information here.)
MON. OCT. 22
A Spotlight on Access to Justice Champions: A Volunteer Appreciation Event (Saskatoon)
(Taking place in Students’ Lounge, College of Law, University of Saskatchewan.)
College of Law Faculty Research Roundtable, supported by CREATE Justice Advisory Committee (Sasktoon) – Registration required
(Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.)
Presentation on The Restorative Action Program: A School-Based, Community-Driven Initiative (Saskatoon and Province-Wide)
(Event and live-stream information here.)
TUES. OCT. 23
The Benefits of Diversity (Saskatoon; 6 CPD Ethics hours) – Registration required
Saskatchewan Law Review Lecture presented by Orlando Da Silva, Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General – Fostering Support: Mental Health Among Lawyers (Saskatoon; 1 CPD hour for lawyers)
(Event information here.)
WED. OCT. 24
The Benefits of Diversity (Regina; 6 CPD Ethics hours) – Registration required
FRI. OCT. 26
French Legal Information Centre of Saskatchewan Information Booth (Saskatoon)
(Learn more here.)
Join the conversation!
We want to hear from you! Share your access to justice ideas, work, announcements, photos, reports on social media using the hashtag #SKA2J2018.
Visit law.usask.ca/createjustice for more information.