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A2J Week 2020: The Invisible Crisis: Coping & Caring for Mental Health, Today & Post-Pandemic

A2J Week 2020: The Invisible Crisis: Coping & Caring for Mental Health, Today & Post-Pandemic

Research indicates that lawyers are at a higher risk for anxiety, substance abuse and depression than those in the general population. This susceptibility begins in law school and eventually has an impact on society by affecting people who rely on lawyers to manage their everyday legal problems. This program feature a range of access to justice advocates speaking about mental health in the legal profession.

A2J Week 2020: Law and Community in 2020: Updates and action for community workers

A2J Week 2020: Law and Community in 2020: Updates and action for community workers

A day of legal updates and discussion for workers who are supporting their communities through COVID-19 and other changes in 2020.

A2J Week 2020: Unbundled Legal Services in Canada: Lawyer and Client Feedback

A2J Week 2020: Unbundled Legal Services in Canada: Lawyer and Client Feedback

Cost is a significant factor for people trying to access legal services. Unbundling legal services can be a cost effective and efficient alternative for people looking for legal help. 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. Tune in to hear presenters from British Columbia, Alberta, and Ontario speak about client and lawyer feedback, and to ask your questions about unbundled services.

A2J Week 2020: The Future of Bail Reform

A2J Week 2020: The Future of Bail Reform

At this online event, the Law & Design CoLab will launch our beta website Unlock Bail Reform to the legal community and then host a lively discussion among leading advocates on the future of bail reform in Ontario.

A2J Week 2020: Keynote and fireside chat with Tanya Talaga

A2J Week 2020: Keynote and fireside chat with Tanya Talaga

Kicking off the Week with welcoming remarks from Law Society Treasurer Teresa Donnelly, and a keynote address, Anishinaabe author and storyteller Tanya Talaga spoke of systemic discrimination against Indigenous peoples in Canada.

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