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A2J Week Events 2019

29 Oct

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A2J Week 2019: Understanding and Supporting Litigants

October 29, 2019 | By |

What resources are available to professionals to assist them when interacting with self-represented litigants (SRLs)? What tools could be implemented? This panel discussion aims to equip licensees, frontline officers and service providers with an understanding and tools to assist them when interacting with SRLs in court and beyond. Read More

28 Oct

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A2J Week 2019: Indigenous Justice

October 28, 2019 | By |

This panel discussion will promote conversation and discourse about the justice journey of Indigenous people, highlighting an Indigenous perspective on the concept of innovation. Read More

08 Oct

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A2J Week 2019: Justice Returns on Investments

October 8, 2019 | By |

The Canadian Forum on Civil Justice (CFCJ) will launch new research at this reception and networking event. In a keynote presentation, CFCJ will analyze research from around the world looking at the positive returns on justice investments. The report and its impact are bound to inspire reforms. Read More

08 Oct

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A2J Week 2019: PLE/A2J Conference

October 8, 2019 | By |

Community Legal Education Ontario, the Ontario Justice Education Network, and the Law Society of Ontario are proud to present this day-long conference addressing public legal education and its role in access to justice.
This event will address current and emerging topics in public legal education and information (PLEI), including the role of community workers in helping clients with legal information, evaluating and measuring PLEI, providing real-time responses to the public, doing meaningful territorial acknowledgements and much more.
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08 Oct

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A2J Week 2019: Data & Design Symposium

October 8, 2019 | By |

To mark Access to Justice Week, the Law Foundation of Ontario and the Law Society of Ontario are jointly hosting a symposium on data and design in the justice sector. The program will feature a panel discussion on building a better justice system through innovation and design, followed by a workshop exploring the current realities and opportunities surrounding data sharing across the justice sector.

Registration details to follow soon.

Details

Wednesday, October 30

10:30am-2:30pm

Upper/Lower Barristers’
Law Society on Ontario

Webcast will be available