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A2J Week 2018: Mentorship, Networking and Access to Justice

A2J Week 2018: Mentorship, Networking and Access to Justice

October 25, 2018

Join the Coach and Advisor Network, along with legal associations and organizations, to learn more about how we are working to move beyond traditional models.

A2J Week 2018: Addressing the Access to Legal Representation Gap in Family Law

A2J Week 2018: Addressing the Access to Legal Representation Gap in Family Law

October 23, 2018

Our panel discussion will profile leading family justice professionals as they explore how we address the legal representation gap and showcase innovations and improvement that are making a real impact in access to justice for family law.

A2J Week 2018: Justice, Innovation and Community

A2J Week 2018: Justice, Innovation and Community

October 22, 2018

The innovation showcase will demonstrate how community-driven work can increase awareness and accessibility for the public in the justice sector.

A2J Week 2017: Include. Inform. Inspire – Community Legal Information in 2017

A2J Week 2017: Include. Inform. Inspire – Community Legal Information in 2017

October 26, 2017

This full day forum was open to community workers and others interested in public legal education and information.

A2J Week 2017: Paralegals and Access to Justice

A2J Week 2017: Paralegals and Access to Justice

October 25, 2017

This session featured a keynote presentation from Stephanie Bell (Durham College) about an innovative hub-based initiative that centres on paralegals enhancing access to justice in the Durham region.

A2J Week 2017: The Millennial Influence - Technology, Disruption and Justice

A2J Week 2017: The Millennial Influence - Technology, Disruption and Justice

October 24, 2017

This panel discussion explored the opportunities and challenges related to how Millennials approach legal technology.

A2J Week 2017: Access to Justice Innovation

A2J Week 2017: Access to Justice Innovation

October 23, 2017

Held on October 23, 2017, this half-day program kicked off Access to Justice Week by profiling innovative, community driven work from across the justice sector.

A2J Week 2017: Improving Health, Improving Service - Well Being in the Legal Profession and Access to Justice

A2J Week 2017: Improving Health, Improving Service - Well Being in the Legal Profession and Access to Justice

October 23, 2017

This program featured keynote remarks from University of Toronto Sociologists Ronit Dinovitzer and Jonathan Koltai as well as a panel discussion with law students.

A2J Week 2016: Re-imagining Child Welfare Systems in Canada - A Symposium

A2J Week 2016: Re-imagining Child Welfare Systems in Canada - A Symposium

October 21, 2016

The symposium will bring together academics, practitioners, community- based organizations and those with lived experience to foster conversation, deepen analyses, and re-imagine radically different child welfare systems.

A2J Week 2016: Architects of Justice - Stories From the Justice System

A2J Week 2016: Architects of Justice - Stories From the Justice System

October 21, 2016

TAG and Raconteurs Storytelling partnered on an evening of true stories told live on stage by people about their personal and professional experiences with the legal system.

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The Law Society of Ontario makes reasonable accommodations to enable persons with disabilities to attend and participate in its programs, including providing auxiliary aids and services upon request and removing architectural and communication barriers that are structural in nature where readily achievable. To request any auxiliary aids or services or if you have any questions regarding accessibility, please contact equityevents@lso.ca. In order for the Law Society to be able to make the necessary arrangements for accommodation, we require that you provide your request for accommodation at least one week (7 days) prior to the program date.

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