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Attitude, Experience and Exposure to A2J

Written by Tasha Ellis, articling student at Robson Hall Supreme Court Justice Karakatsanis, as Chair of the Action Committee on Access to Justice in Civil and Family Matters, is calling all young legal professionals and law students to complete a short survey to understand your views and experiences around A2J. Although there has been an […]

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News: Department of Justice Releases Qualitative Study on Serious Problems Faced by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Other Sexual-Minotirty People in Western Canada

Written by Calvin Ediger Recently the Department of Justice released a study on serious legal problems faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, and other sexual-minority people living in Western Canada. The study focused on the types of serious problems the participants faced in the last three years and the actions they had taken to address these

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Statistics Canada Releases Results of Legal issues Survey

Written by Calvin Ediger On January 18th, 2022 Statistics Canada released an article in its Juristat publication entitled Experiences of Serious Problems or Disputes in the Canadian Provinces. The article briefly summarizes the findings of the 2021 Canadian Legal Problems Survey which asked respondents if they had experienced a serious legal problem over the preceding three years. The survey’s purpose

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