The Toronto Star has an article discussing how court innovations in New York and Windsor, Ontario, are helping SRLs.
Michael Erdle has this post situating Ontario’s expanding use of ODR in a broader context.
JP’s blog features this post about the use of plain language in a recent Ontario Gladue court judgment.
Richard Zorza has posted a flurry of articles over the past week: this one reporting on the nonlawyer Courtroom Navigator project in New York.
The Toronto Star carried this comment by Lorne Sossin and David Allgood on why the justice system needs to be more accessible.
At the NSRLP blog, here is an article on lawyers, empathy, and how the absence of empathy as a professional ideal might contribute to A2J problems.
The CFCJ has a recap of their recent event on the power of bilingualism.
On SLAW, Karen Dyck asks “What If…” – a sort of desiderata for improving access to justice. What would you add to the What ifs?
A small Working Group of judges, representing jurisdictions across Canada, and who hear SRLs on a regular basis in their courtrooms have been working together for three months to produce “Working with SRLs: Ideas and Suggestions from the Bench”. This unique document was formally launched on November 27th, 2014!