Canadian Forum on Civil Justice Launches Access to Justice Research Network
The network will help researchers
"... easily exchange resources, including scholarly articles, key research findings, case commentaries, best practices, policy reports, etc., while also creating an active online space for discussion and debate on A2J [access to justice] issues" (...)
"The AJRN responds to a growing need for a national online information sharing platform that allows justice stakeholders to quickly and easily share their knowledge of the exciting new access to justice work happening across the country. It will stimulate dialogue and knowledge exchange helping to build ties among access to justice researchers across the country and boost the impact of access to justice resources and initiatives underway in Canada."The AJRN will be coordinated by the CFCJ and is supported by a grant from the Law Foundation of BC/Legal Services Society.
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