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A key theme of the 4th annual Saskatchewan Access to Justice Week has been the topic of legal coaching and unbundled legal services.
Events related to the theme were planned for the public, lawyers, law students and faculty, and judges, including:
We are pleased to announce that the weeks’ legal coaching and unbundled legal services events have culminated in the launch of a website for the Saskatchewan Legal Coaching and Unbundling Pilot Project (LCUP), developed through a collaboration of the Law Society of Saskatchewan, CREATE Justice at the College of Law, and the Ministry of Justice. The website features information and resources for both lawyers and the public.
We invite you to check out the new website and provide us with your feedback on the pilot project – an evaluation of the pilot project will launch through CREATE Justice in 2020 to formally gather feedback, thanks to the support of the Canadian Foundation for Legal Research.