From Centre for Research, Evaluation, and Action Towards Equal Justice (CREATE Justice)
The 3rd annual Saskatchewan Access to Justice Week is October 20-26. 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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In case you missed it, 211 Saskatchewan, which includes a province-wide Legal/Courts tab, has expanded from providing people access to community services online, to also include call and text options: https://bit.ly/2NuYFPf.
Legal Services Task Team Final Report released: https://bit.ly/2wv0a8L.
This year’s Pro Bono Students Canada – Saskatchewan Chapter projects posted: https://bit.ly/2oj0Bzz.
Supporting Women in Private Practice: https://bit.ly/2wsMyes.
Season two of Architects of Justice podcast, exploring access to justice in Ontario, launches on September 4: https://bit.ly/2MzW3TM.
CLASSIC Walk in Advocacy Clinic resumes taking applications again on September 10.
McKercher Lecture Series presents Shannon Salter in Regina on September 26, speaking about “Online Processes for Legal Claims: What the Trend Means for Judges, Lawyers and Others in the Justice System”: https://bit.ly/2N0LWGY.
Register now for the National Restorative Justice Symposium, taking place in Saskatoon from November 18-20: https://bit.ly/2Nv1TSR.
ADR Institute of Saskatchewan offering the National Introductory Arbitration Course in Regina on October 23-25 and November 5-6: https://bit.ly/2wxXuHx.
Read Canada’s “first empirical study of unbundling and its impact on clients and their ability to access justice”, just released by Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family: https://bit.ly/2N0jGnP.