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A2J Week 2021: Criminal justice reform

A2J Week 2021: Criminal justice reform

October 29, 2021

Details for the following sessions: How journalism is advancing the public dialogue on criminal justice reform, Breaking down the unfair stigma of a criminal record, and Why be optimistic about bail reform in Ontario?

A2J Week 2021: Guidelines for better public legal workshops

A2J Week 2021: Guidelines for better public legal workshops

October 28, 2021

Public legal education is an important part of access to justice. In this session, experienced workshop facilitators from the Ontario Justice Education Network will walk participants through their guidelines for better legal workshops, adding practical advice, teaching strategies, and other insights.

A2J Week 2021: Making connections: Promoting the role of paralegals in access to justice

A2J Week 2021: Making connections: Promoting the role of paralegals in access to justice

October 28, 2021

Paralegals play an important role in providing access to justice. This session will explore how licensees can leverage their networks to increase access to justice and raise public awareness of the legal services provided by paralegals.  

A2J Week 2021: Justice on the ground

A2J Week 2021: Justice on the ground

October 27, 2021

What do we know about what the search for “justice” looks like on the ground, for those who are at risk of losing their jobs, their homes, or the security of a living income?

A2J Week 2021: Law Practice Program Free Legal Clinic

A2J Week 2021: Law Practice Program Free Legal Clinic

October 27, 2021

On October 27 and 28, 2021, the University of Ottawa's law practice program, in partnership with the Ontario Legal Information Centre, will host its mobile legal information clinic.

A2J Week 2021: Law and daily life - Addressing your legal questions

A2J Week 2021: Law and daily life - Addressing your legal questions

October 27, 2021

Members of the public are invited to join a diverse panel of lawyers and paralegals to ask questions relating to everyday legal matters, such as wills, real estate, civil and family matters, and more.  

A2J Week 2021: A2J in practice: Tips for successfully building access to justice into your law practice

A2J Week 2021: A2J in practice: Tips for successfully building access to justice into your law practice

October 27, 2021

Join LAWPRO and the Toronto Lawyers Association to explore how legal professionals can structure their practices to better facilitate access to justice.  

A2J Week 2021: Inclusive Innovation: Best practices for “digital first” virtual courts and tribunals

A2J Week 2021: Inclusive Innovation: Best practices for “digital first” virtual courts and tribunals

October 27, 2021

Join The Action Group on Access to Justice as it discusses its recommendations for enhancing access to justice in virtual court and tribunal settings and ensuring all parties can participate in digital justice and access supports in a meaningful way.  

A2J Week 2021: Droits linguistiques et services en français en Ontario

A2J Week 2021: Droits linguistiques et services en français en Ontario

October 27, 2021

Members of the public are encouraged to join L'Association des juristes d'expression française de l'Ontario  (AJEFO) for an interactive virtual discussion intended to help French speaking members of the public and community organisations understand their French language rights in Ontario and the legal services and resources that may be available to them.  

A2J Week 2021: Access to justice tools and resources for sole practitioners and small firms

A2J Week 2021: Access to justice tools and resources for sole practitioners and small firms

October 26, 2021

If you’re a sole practitioner or work in a small firm, you know all too well that balancing your time and available resources are essential to providing the best service to your clients. In this case study, participants will learn how to efficiently and effectively use legal research tools.  

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