From the Saskatchewan Access to Justice Working Group
Windsor Law School to offer for-credit self-represented litigants (SRLs) coaching course to law students, pairing trained and supervised law students with SRLs in a clinic setting: http://bit.ly/2vb1ZWz.
TRC Workshop on Gladue Reports and FASD Training on September 19, 2017 in Saskatoon: http://bit.ly/2u4VOmB.
Mediate BC releases final report and evaluation report on Family Unbundled Legal Services Project: http://bit.ly/2xqOjaJ.
Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan seeks Executive Director/Staff Lawyer: http://bit.ly/2vbjk1O.
New CBA Legal Futures Initiative Report by Noel Semple released on “hitting the sweet spot” between “accessibility, quality, and profitability for personal plight law firms”: http://bit.ly/2xh37JS.
Dates for Family Law Information Sessions in Saskatoon during Fall 2017 posted: http://bit.ly/2vpTMx7.
Save the date for the 2nd Annual Saskatchewan Access to Justice Week, being held October 16-22, 2017.
National Self-Represented Litigants Project launching social justice pod-cast: http://bit.ly/2wvlXjh.
Law Society of Saskatchewan Reference Librarian Alan Kilpatrick publishes article on legal information innovation in Saskatchewan: http://bit.ly/2iuPYtp.
The Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family and the Canadian Forum on Civil Justice are studying the cost of resolving family law disputes: http://bit.ly/2g3dYml.
Several Canadian Justices step forward to encourage lawyers to offer unbundled legal services: http://bit.ly/2inKdO4.
Law Society Library multi-year digitization project improves coverage of Saskatchewan tribunal decisions on CanLII, facilitating public access to the law: http://bit.ly/2wi6t1n.