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- Whose law is it anyway?
Originally published on The Lawyer’s Daily on December 21, 2020, today’s post is written by Jeff Rose-Martland, a self-represented litigant, citizen Read more »
- Silver Linings
Our first post of the new year is written by Tania Perlin B.A., L.L.B. from the law firm of Tania Read more »
- Name-Calling Aside: The Problem With the “Unrepresented” vs. “Self-Represented” Distinction
Written by Dr. Julie Macfarlane; originally published on Slaw, Canada’s online legal magazine. Are people coming to court without counsel Read more »
- Enhancing A2J at the Immigration Appeal Tribunal: Addressing User Needs
This week’s blog is written by NSRLP Project Manager Dayna Cornwall. Read Part One, “Listening to Users & Front-Line Workers,” Read more »
- Enhancing A2J at the Immigration Appeal Tribunal: Listening to Users & Front-Line Workers
This week’s blog is written by NSRLP Director Dr. Julie Macfarlane, and articling law student Maria Macasaet. Read Part Two, Read more »