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A2J Week 2021: People-centered access to justice: Best practices for serving clients with mental health needs

A2J Week 2021: People-centered access to justice: Best practices for serving clients with mental health needs

October 26, 2021

The pandemic has created a renewed focus on mental health, especially within the justice sector. Legal professionals are not only striving to look after their own mental health and wellness but are often serving clients facing mental health challenges themselves.  

A2J Week 2021: Working together to increase access to justice

A2J Week 2021: Working together to increase access to justice

October 26, 2021

For the past 20 years, Pro Bono Ontario (PBO) has been engaged in addressing Ontario's A2J crisis.  

A2J Week 2021: A closer look: The justice sector’s response to the TRC Calls to Action

A2J Week 2021: A closer look: The justice sector’s response to the TRC Calls to Action

October 25, 2021

Enhancing the legal professions’ relationships with First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples is a priority in advancing access to justice. 

A2J Week 2021: Use your legal training: Afghan crisis

A2J Week 2021: Use your legal training: Afghan crisis

October 25, 2021

In this session, licensees will learn how to use their legal training and experience to help respond to the Afghan crisis.  

A2J Week 2021: Building blocks: Towards cultural competency in the justice sector

A2J Week 2021: Building blocks: Towards cultural competency in the justice sector

October 25, 2021

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s call to actions 27 and 28 focus on cultural competency training for lawyers and law students. 

A2J Week 2020: Law Practice Program Free Legal Clinic 2020 – en français

A2J Week 2020: Law Practice Program Free Legal Clinic 2020 – en français

October 22, 2020

A virtual legal clinic will be offered free of charge to residents of Northeastern Ontario on October 28 and 29, 2020.

A2J Week 2020: Legal Coaching and Unbundling

A2J Week 2020: Legal Coaching and Unbundling

October 15, 2020

The goal of this webinar is to encourage lawyers to offer unbundled services, and for the public to learn more about how these services work.

A2J Week 2020: Access to Justice and Systemic Racism

A2J Week 2020: Access to Justice and Systemic Racism

October 15, 2020

A Conversation about Access to Justice & Systemic Racism with Trevor Farrow & Joshua Sealy-Harrington, moderated by Dean Barbara Billingsley.

A2J Week 2020: Exploring Community Justice Help to Advance Community-based Access to Justice

A2J Week 2020: Exploring Community Justice Help to Advance Community-based Access to Justice

October 15, 2020

This session will provide an overview of and seek feedback on a recent report, “Community Justice Help: Advancing Community-Based Access to Justice”, released by Community Legal Education Ontario.

A2J Week 2020: Family Justice System - Access to Justice and the Changing Landscape

A2J Week 2020: Family Justice System - Access to Justice and the Changing Landscape

October 15, 2020

Join our discussion about a number of these projects and the impact that they have already had on access to family law services.  

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