From Centre for Research, Evaluation, and Action Towards Equal Justice (CREATE Justice)
“The Most Significant Access to Justice Gathering in a Decade”.
Saskatchewan legal information project aims to increase access to justice using public libraries.
Empirical tool on Legal Needs Surveys and Access to Justice intends to advance understanding of people’s everyday legal problems and experience with the justice system.
B.C. turning to online tribunal to deal with some vehicle accident claims.
Free help with wills and estates.
Free help with family law problems.
NEW – Free help with family law problems in Prince Albert.
ADR Institute of Saskatchewan sponsoring an Introductory Mediation training from April 22–26.
Spotlight on Inmates Panel Program, providing legal advice and representation to inmates facing institutional legal issues.
UsaskLaw student Shelby Fitzgerald partners with CREATE Justice to promote dialogue on Access to Justice crisis by asking students and faculty “Why do we need Access to Justice?”.
Applications for CBA Young Lawyers International Program, serving justice needs of marginalized communities, being accepted for 2019-2020 cycle until April 30.
CREATE Justice and the College of Law held Third Annual Research Poster Competition, promoting access to legal information and research.