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Report: Access to Justice Metrics Informed by the Voices of Marginalized Community Members: Themes, Definitions and Recommendations Arising from Community Consultations (Canadian Bar Association 2013)

Report: Access to Justice Metrics Informed by the Voices of Marginalized Community Members: Themes, Definitions and Recommendations Arising from Community Consultations (Canadian Bar Association 2013)

The Canadian Bar Association’s Access to Justice Committee’s Building Block #1 Access to Justice Metrics sought to develop a practical definition of access to justice and to identify tangible indicators and goals to measure progress. The Committee resolve ...

Report: Trusted Help - Legal help on the frontlines (LFO 2018)

Report: Trusted Help- Legal help on the frontlines (LFO 2018)

The Law Foundation of Ontario (LFO) published two reports following their research on the role of community workers helping people with legal problems. As 'trusted intermediaries', these frontline workers – including from community organizations ...

Report: Community Justice Help: Advancing Community-Based Access to Justice (CLEO & LFO 2020)

Report: Community Justice Help: Advancing Community-Based Access to Justice (CLEO & LFO 2020)

Community based organizations are essential partners to courts, legal aid, pro bono, and the private bar as they build systems to support remote delivery, which is increasingly becoming a part of any delivery system. The report, “ Community Justice Help: ...

Article: Triage - A Vital Tool to Increase Access to Justice (Boyle 2013)

Article: Triage- A Vital Tool to Increase Access to Justice (Boyle 2013)

In this article in Slaw, Canada's on-line legal magazine, Kari Boyle reviews some of the triage activity in Canadian Civil Justice Reform.  About the author: Kari D. Boyle is the Executive Director of the Vancouver-based Mediate BC Society, which off ...