From the Saskatchewan Access to Justice Working Group
The 3rd annual Saskatchewan Access to Justice Week is October 22-26. 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: email@example.com.
CBA building free, members-only, online database called Find-A-Lawyer that will help members of the public to find a lawyer: https://bit.ly/2Maeiux.
TRC-Related CPD Activities Bundle offered by Law Society of Saskatchewan, in recognition of National Indigenous History Month. Purchase package in June for special rate: https://bit.ly/2JZ0eHz.
Measuring the gender justice gap: https://brook.gs/2tu544z.
The Action Group on Access to Justice (TAG) working with Civic Tech Toronto to combine civic engagement, technology and law in order to make the justice system more accessible: https://bit.ly/2MQtm1C.
See No Evil? Could “Innovation Waivers” Help Break Roadblocks to Reforming Legal Service Delivery?: https://bit.ly/2M4oVyR.
Free CPD Webinar for lawyers on Working with Victims of Sexual Violence: https://bit.ly/2ymUmSX.
Congratulations to David Stack, QC, recipient of 2018 CBA Saskatchewan Community Service Award.
Tickets available for “Seeing the Need, Taking the Lead,” the 7th National Pro Bono Conference in Vancouver from October 4-5: https://bit.ly/2KecGm8.
Trilateral partnership between U of S College of Law and Government of Newfoundland and Labrador and Indigenous groups in the province will improve access to legal education and create new employment opportunities for members of Indigenous governments and organizations: https://bit.ly/2lklXeq.
Help with family law problems in Saskatoon on July 20: https://bit.ly/2MZUcnN.