Access to Justice

Practice Point


Watch the Recording of: “Redefining Competencies for the 21st Century Lawyer: Improving the Client Experience”

February 9, 2022 via Webinar | This event is made possible by the Law Society of BC, CBABC, the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC, the Law Foundation, Courthouse Libraries, BC’s Law Schools, and Access to Justice BC.


Watch Part II of the widely acclaimed “But I Was Wearing A Suit” mini-documentary

It is hoped that these videos will expand awareness of the micro-aggressions and micro-discriminations that are being suffered by Indigenous clients in the justice system, and encourage a much-needed discussion about stereotyping and bias.


Video: A2JBC Event — Transforming Legal Practice: Lawyers Increasing Access to Justice

View a recording of the event!


A2J Week Canada: Events | October 2020

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.


Expanding Our Vision: Cultural Equality and Indigenous Peoples’ Human Rights Report

Report author, and long-serving CLEBC contributor, Ardith Walpetko We’dalx Walkem KC surveyed over 100 Indigenous People about their experiences with discrimination and the Human Rights Tribunal.


Getting to Access to Justice: Bridging Regulatory Reform and Human-Centered Design & Innovation

View the recording of Professor Margaret Hagan’s presentation from October 29, 2019.


CLEBC supports and endorses the Access to Justice Triple Aim

On Wednesday, June 12, CLEBC’s CEO Linda Russell joined Attorney General David Eby, Chief Justice Robert Bauman, and the leaders of many of BC’s key justice organizations to sign the Access to Justice Triple Aim