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From the Saskatchewan Access to Justice Working Group
Support CLASSIC by purchasing tickets for the inaugural “Cirque de CLASSIC” Fundraiser being held on January 19 in Saskatoon: http://bit.ly/2zuD4lR.
Public, justice, healthcare, and library sectors come together for access to justice solutions: http://bit.ly/2zpCkin.
ADR Institute of Canada National Introductory Arbitration Training Course being held on November 14, 15, 16, 29 and 30 in Saskatoon: http://bit.ly/2zq0N71.
Saskatchewan may regulate paralegals to solve ‘access to justice crisis,’ says scholar: http://bit.ly/2hgOeQS.
Free Family Law Assistance during November in Saskatoon: http://bit.ly/2zKbNNe.
Join Indigenous Rights lawyer and Managing Partner at Olthuis, Kleer, Townshend LLP Renée Pelletier on November 21 in Saskatoon for her talk on “Practicing Law with Indigenous Peoples – from an Indigenous Perspective”: http://bit.ly/2zIPJCK.
Justice Canada fact sheets on child support, divorce, and spousal support now available in 14 different languages: http://bit.ly/2zutnSl.
Young lawyer sets up practice in law library and charges minimal fee to help those who cannot afford it to get legal help they need: http://bit.ly/2goeFal.
Latest edition of Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society magazine highlights #TalkJustice, an access to justice initiative that brings public voice to justice reform: http://bit.ly/2hn7IqK.
On October 31, U of S College of Law Professor Wanda Wiegers presented at Kent Law School in the United Kingdom on “Child Welfare Regimes in Two Provincial Jurisdictions in Canada”.
Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System announces first-of-its-kind study that asks clients about their experience with lawyers in order to improve user experience: http://bit.ly/2iJDStk.