Access to Justice in Canada: A Call for Innovation

Researchers, practitioners, policy analysts, policy markers, government officers and other stakeholders will gather in Montréal to explore the future of access to justice in Canada.


Inaugural Conference by Nathalie BONDIL  Director of the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA)Inaugural conference by Nathalie BONDIL, director of Montréal Museum of Fine Arts

Vision Statement

There is a critical stage in access to justice in Canada. Over any three-year period, nearly half of all Canadians will experience at least one legal problem. Yet, the justice system is increasingly inaccessible to the majority of Canadians. This inaccessibility has led to a national call for increased innovation in the civil and family justice system. Yet, we are only beginning to understand the opportunities and challenges that manifest when we begin to view the problem of access to justice through an innovation lens. In an effort to further explore these challenges and opportunities this conference will focus on questions and themes of related to innovation and access to justice.

Final Agenda

In conformity with the Règlement sur la formation continue obligatoire des avocats, this formation has been submitted for approval to the Barreau du Québec as a mandatory continuing education activity for an anticipated duration of 14 hours.


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This content has been updated on September 30, 2015 at 11:00 am.