From Centre for Research, Evaluation, and Action Towards Equal Justice (CREATE Justice)
Declaration on Equal Access to Justice for All by 2030 made by Ministers and high-level representatives from countries and international organizations during meeting in the Hague on February 7.
CLASSIC Karaoke and Lip Sync Battle 2019 on March 1.
Register in one or all of the three remaining one-hour access to justice National Action Committee on Access to Justice Pop-Up Community of Practice teleconferences.
Regina library fair connects people with free legal resources.
Family justice in Canada is at a breaking point.
Recognizing trusted intermediaries as a systematic part of the legal system.
Pro bono law clinics for French speaking clients now offered by Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan and the Centre d’information juridique de la Saskatchewan. For more information, call 1-855-924-8543 or visit their website.
New Access to Justice and Law Reform Institute of Nova Scotia aims to ‘put the public first’.
ADR Institute of Saskatchewan sponsoring an Introductory Mediation training from April 22–26.
Saskatchewan’s first Cree-speaking judge reflects on legacy of Cree court as he retires.
Stay up-to-date with the National Action Committee on Access to Justice, chaired by the Honourable Beverley McLachlin, by subscribing for committee newsletter.
Law Society Initiatives: Saskatchewan Access to Legal Information.
AI at heart of Microsoft’s Legal Navigator complete, will connect people with legal resources.