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Community Justice Help: Advancing Community-Based Access to Justice

This report by CLEO calls for greater recognition and support for community organizations as pivotal to advancing access to justice for Ontarians. Based on research and consultations, the report highlights the difference between access to justice and access to the formal legal system and explains how community organizations play a critical role in bridging the […]

Author(s):

Mathews, Julie; Wiseman, David

Produced/Updated In:

2020

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Online Training for Community-Based Intermediaries: Survey Findings and Implications

This report describes the results from a survey of trusted intermediaries from 120 communities across British Columbia on preferred methods of e-learning and online legal information training. The needs assessment was intended to gauge: the preferred type(s) and modes of e-training the main delivery considerations (such as scheduling and duration of training, and technical issues) […]

Available in:

English

Produced/Updated In:

2019

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The WellCoMs Mobile Van Project: Building Paths to Justice in Rural Wellington County

This report describes an interim evaluation of a pilot project carried out by The Legal Clinic of Guelph & Wellington County to improve delivery of information and legal services to rural communities in their catchment area. The project involved using a van to provide outreach services to 12 small communities spread throughout the 2,657 square […]

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English

Author(s):

Currie, Ab

Produced/Updated In:

2019

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Regulated out of Existence: A Case Study of Ottawa’s Ticket Defence Program

This report provides a case study of the Ticket Defence Program, a project that previously provided legal help to street-involved people charged with minor provincial or municipal offences. The volunteers who provided services through this project were not licenced to provide legal services in Ontario. When the (then) Law Society of Upper Canada decided to […]

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English

Produced by:

University of Ottawa

Author(s):

Bouclin, Suzanne

Produced/Updated In:

2014