Justice Development Goals Blog

The Action Committee is preparing its annual progress report on access to justice in Canada New projects or initiatives that happened in 2020 are tracked according to each of the Justice Development goals. The survey has been improved this year, based on your input, with more multiple-choice questions and the ability to print the questions in advance. The survey is available here. It will be open until February 1st, 2021. 

Copy of the Survey Questions

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Copy of the questions in English    

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It is easy to get discouraged by the slow pace of progress on improving access to justice. But a constant source of encouragement is the enthusiasm and commitment of the current generation of law students.

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Innovation can be a driver of improved access to justice. But our profession is not noted for being at the forefront of innovation. And so it is encouraging to see signs that innovation is front and centre in the training of the next generation of lawyers. That is what I saw on a visit to Thompson Rivers University Faculty of Law in Kamloops, B.C., and in particular in a course created and taught by professor Katie Sykes.

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The Honourable Justice George Czutrin is a family law expert, a tireless worker for improvement in family law and the senior family judge of the Superior Court of Justice in Ontario. He has been a family law judge since 1993 and his dedication to the pursuit of improved family law justice is unsurpassed.

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