Call for Student Volunteers
August 24, 2017 | By TAG_Admin |
Looking to make an impact on Access to Justice? TAG is looking for student volunteers to talk to people about the legal system. We want to know what the public thinks and what’s happening on the ground. What’s working? How can it be improved?
Volunteers will engage the public at a range of community events across the province in October and November 2017. They will be free to use their knowledge of the local community to choose spaces and times that work for them, using materials provided by TAG. Mandatory training will be provided on the following dates:
- Kingston (Queen’s University): Monday September 25, 6-9pm
- London (University of Western Ontario): Thursday September 28, 6-9pm
- Ottawa (University of Ottawa): Tuesday, September 26, 6-9pm
- Thunder Bay (Lakehead University): Thursday October 12, 6-9pm
- Toronto (Osgoode Hall Law School, University of Toronto): Thursday September 21, 6-9pm
- Windsor (University of Windsor): Wednesday September 27, 6-9pm
If you are an Ontario law student and are ready to commit 15 hours of your time to collecting data that will enhance access to justice, please sign up by Friday, September 15 and tell us a bit about yourself. We will be looking for one student at each school to be the central co-ordinator for this project, communicating with TAG and overseeing local operations.