Welcoming our 1Ls to Access to Justice at Windsor Law: The Self-Represented Litigants and Access to Justice Certificate Workshop, and an Introductory Blog

Welcoming our 1Ls to Access to Justice at Windsor Law: The Self-Represented Litigants and Access to Justice Certificate Workshop, and an Introductory Blog

Julie – with the assistance of NSRLP research assistants Gurleen Gill and Lidia Imbrogno – will be presenting The Self-Represented Litigants and Access to Justice Certificate Workshop on Saturday September 17th for Windsor 1Ls. The workshop’s goal is to familiarize new students with the basic facts of the SRL phenomenon, and encourage them to begin to think about how they might respond to these changes and challenges both as law students and as future lawyers. Local SRLs will also participate in the workshop. We expect a stimulating exchange and a full house – since this workshop reached capacity within two hours of its announcement to the incoming first-year law students).

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After a year working at NSRLP, 2L Lidia Imbrogno blogs about some of what she has learned about the SRL phenomenon, the core research data from both Canada and the US (which describes the challenges), and how working on A2J solutions has her hooked. Lidia’s blog – which you can read here – is part of the SRL Certificate workshop materials.

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  • Derek Thompson

    Good Job

    September 8, 2016 at 4:08 pm

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