Category Archives: News

Youth Voices Article, Update & more

Our friends at Access to Justice BC (A2JBC) wrote and published a story about the Lab’s Youth Voices initiative. We are grateful for the shoutout and for the support! Our funding from the Vancouver Foundation and Giving Well has carried the Lab through four wonderful years. We are so grateful for their support! While that funding […]

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Two important surveys

This is a reminder to complete two important surveys affecting access to justice in British Columbia: The National Action Committee’s annual survey – deadline extended to January 17th. This is your opportunity to have your A2J initiatives included in the 2019 Report on Canada’s Justice Development Goals. The Law Society of BC’s Futures Task Force […]

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Early bird discounts end Dec 31st for Unbundling Workshop January 31 2018!

Building on our previous post, we are thrilled to welcome Woody Mosten (the “father of unbundling”) as our special guest for an interactive and practical workshop in Vancouver on unbundled legal services on January 31, 2018.  You can take advantage of early registration discounts until December 31st!  Click here for more information and registration details. […]

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Vote for NSRLP!!

Social media is abuzz with the news that our friends at the National Self-Represented Litigants Project have been nominated for a prestigious award.  the NSRLP’s new National Database of Professionals Assisting SRLs has been nominated for the American Bar Association’s Louis M. Brown Award for Legal Access! Dayna Cornwall, Project Coordinator with the NSRLP, advises: This award is […]

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BCFJIL’s First Blog Post – Hello World!

Welcome to the BC Family Justice Innovation Lab Blog.  This is our inaugural post, published at the same time as the launching of our new website.  Thank you for joining us! This is a great opportunity to introduce ourselves and to answer some initial key questions. What is the Lab?  The Lab is not a […]

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