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Using Data and Design for Action: Next Steps for Family Justice in Saskatchewan
October 21, 2022
From University of Saskatchewan College of Law
Join us for this special McKercher Lecture Series event during the 7th Annual Saskatchewan Access to Justice Week on Tuesday, October 25 at 12 pm. The event is free and open to the public. Livestream will be available at law.usask.ca. This event qualifies for 1.5 CPD hours.
There will be a panel discussion that will include perspectives on how leaders of the justice sector are using data and design methods to foster a collaborative and coordinated approach to improving family justice in Saskatchewan.
Guest speaker panel: Diana Lowe (Reforming the Family Justice System Initiative | AB) Stacy Muller (Dispute Resolution, Ministry of Justice) Tiffany Paulsen, KC (Robertson Stromberg Barristers & Solicitors) Chief Justice Martel Popescul (Court of King’s Bench | SK) Moderator: Lionel McNabb (Ministry of Justice)