October 21, 2020
CLEBC is proud to support the A2J Triple Aim and Access to Justice Week across Canada.
BC’s A2J week occurs next year from January 25-29 2021; however, other provinces are holding their events next week.
A2J Week Canada features three free online sessions covering the topics of unbundled services, systemic racism in the justice system, and community-based access to justice. All events are registered with LSBC for CPD credit.
Unbundled Legal Services: Lawyer and Client Feedback
Mon, Oct 26 11:00 am PT | Register
Speakers: John-Paul Boyd QC, family law arbitrator & mediator and parenting coordinator; Sonali Sharma, founder of Athena Law in BC; Lisa Eisen, founder of Family Law: A La Cartespeak.
A Conversation about Access to Justice and Systemic Racism
Tue, Oct 27 11:00 am PT | Register
Speakers: Trevor Farrow and Joshua Sealy-Harrington. Moderated by Dean Barbara Billingsley
Exploring Community Justice Help to Advance Community-based Access to Justice
Wed, Oct 28 9:30 am PT | Register
Presentation and discussion of the recent report “Community Justice Help: Advancing Community-Based Access to Justice,” released by Community Legal Education Ontario and authored by Julie Mathews (CLEO) and David Wiseman (Ottawa).