From the Saskatchewan Access to Justice Working Group
CPD Lunch & Learn on “The Big Shift: Responding to Increasing Self-Representation in Family Law” held in Saskatoon and Regina: https://bit.ly/2q8iIcy.
Measuring Legal Service Value, Part 1: https://bit.ly/2FobNAW.
Canada moving forward on implementing the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, including goal 16 which promotes the provision of access to justice for all:
Equal Access to Civil Justice for All: How Will We Know When We Get There? https://bit.ly/2qobiS1.
The “Listen Project” has been launched in Saskatchewan to provide legal information and advice for survivors of sexual violence: https://bit.ly/2Hy3msQ.
National Introductory Mediation Training, presented by ADR Institute of Saskatchewan from May 14-18 in Saskatoon for anyone interested in learning mediation skills to either enhance their
conflict resolution skills, or pursue a career as a mediator: https://bit.ly/2zq0N71.
Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan to host annual Lady Justice Dinner on May 17 in Saskatoon, celebrating achievements of select women who are making a difference in their community:
https://bit.ly/2GBKZ1j. For sponsorship or donation opportunities email firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Action Committee on Access to Justice in Civil and Family Matters’ “Metrics Working Group” working on national justice metrics enhancement and coordination. Sign up for Metrics Working Group news, which will be distributed through the AJRN listserv: https://bit.ly/2HXjq6F.
College of Law and CREATE Justice hosted the second annual Poster Competition to showcase students’ research work and promote access to legal information for all: https://bit.ly/2IzLgTp.
Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan is celebrating its 10 year anniversary in 2018: https://bit.ly/2jceY63.