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Architects of Justice Podcast

Architects of Justice Podcast

Architects of Justice: Exploring Access to Justice in Ontario is a podcast that explores how people are finding new ways to improve access to justice. By bringing together multiple perspectives including users, community workers, students, and legal professionals, our goal is to spotlight different conversations about how we can make a more effective justice system.

Architects of Justice episodes are accredited with Professionalism Hours. See below for details.


Episode 8: Paralegals as Access to Justice Champions

September 25, 2018 | TAG_Admin

The Law Society of Ontario assumed responsibility for the regulation of paralegals in 2007 making the province the first jurisdiction in North America to regulate paralegals. Read More

Episode 7: Improving Health, Improving Service

September 18, 2018 | TAG_Admin

Recent research indicate that lawyers are at a higher risk for anxiety, substance abuse and depression than those in the general population. Read More

Episode 6: Millennial Influence

September 11, 2018 | TAG_Admin

At 37% millennials are currently the largest generation in the workforce. They make over a quarter of the population in Canada and the most educated among them are women – they make up the majority in professions. Read More

Episode 5: Beyond Tweets

September 4, 2018 | TAG_Admin

Recent high profile cases have sparked new dialogue about sexual violence. Read More

Episode 4: Digital Diversity

September 26, 2017 | TAG_Admin

In an age where the internet is increasingly essential for education, job searching, banking and even ordering your morning coffee, the justice sector is under pressure to use more technology. But how does this affect those who don’t have regular access to a computer or the internet?

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Episode 3: Going Solo

September 20, 2017 | TAG_Admin

Sylvia Green is a retired teacher who has been dealing with a legal estate case on her own since 2011. She found navigating a complex system on her own to be incredibly overwhelming and intimidating. When she discovered Pro Bono Ontario (PBO), a volunteer-based legal services organization, she found guidance and ultimately the confidence to represent herself in court. She shares her journey with us.

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Episode 2: Cindy Blackstock

September 12, 2017 | TAG_Admin

Canadian-born Gitxsan activist for Indigenous child welfare, Cindy Blackstock, is not one to back away from fighting injustice. According to Cindy, the Canadian government is racially discriminating against 163,000 First Nations children and their families, resulting in more First Nations children in the child welfare system today than at the height of residential schools.

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Episode 1: Law a la Carte?

September 5, 2017 | TAG_Admin

We speak with legal professionals who support unbundled legal services. Unbundling legal services are when a client and a lawyer decide what aspects of a case the lawyer will work on and what aspects the client can handle on their own. The client then pays for the particular services that the lawyer provides.
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Photo Credit Kathryn Bourque

Sabreena Delhon

Sabreena is the Manager of External Engagement and The Action Group on Access to Justice (TAG) at the Law Society of Ontario. Last year Sabreena organized Ontario’s first Access to Justice Week which featured 150 diverse speakers and received coverage in 25 media outlets. Her writing is featured on various legal blogs and has also appeared on CBC Radio’s The Sunday Edition.

Jane Kim

Jane is a freelance producer and writer. Her work has screened at international film festivals, (such as Toronto International Film Festival, SXSW, San Francisco Asian American Film Festival), received nominations and awards (including Toronto Reel Asian Film Festival Best Female GTA Artist, Yorkton Short Film Festival Jury Prize), and was broadcast in Canada and USA.

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