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By Melanie Hodges-Neufeld
Last summer, the Saskatchewan Access to Legal Information Project (SALI) joined forces with the BC LawMatters Program and the National Self Represented Litigants Project’s Family Law in the Library Project to establish the National Trusted Intermediaries – Legal Information Network (TI-LI Network). The goal of the network is to facilitate knowledge and resource exchange between similar programs, and to provide an opportunity for new programs to learn from the experiences of more established programs. The Network will be holding meetings throughout 2020 on the following:
Please note that each meeting will be held the second Tuesday of the month specified at noon SK time, except for October. We are aiming to hold the October meeting during Access to Justice Week.
Please contact me at email@example.com if you have interest in joining the TI-LI Network to participate in the meetings and/or have any questions.