Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice

Volume 34, numéro 1, 2017 Special Issue - Innovation and Access to Justice: Addressing the Challenge of a Diverse Justice Ecosystem Sous la direction de Nicole Aylwin et Martha E. Simmons

Sommaire (11 articles)

INTRODUCTION BY GUEST EDITORS

ARTICLES

  1. THE STORY OF THE BC FAMILY JUSTICE INNOVATION LAB
  2. BUILDING BETTER LAW: HOW DESIGN THINKING CAN HELP US BE BETTER LAWYERS, MEET NEW CHALLENGES, AND CREATE THE FUTURE OF LAW
  3. COLD, HARD JUSTICE LESSONS FROM THE FLEET: INNOVATING FROM THE BOTTOM UP
  4. DESIGNING ADMINISTRATIVE JUSTICE
  5. ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND JUSTICE SYSTEM INTEGRATION: BRITISH COLUMBIA’S CIVIL RESOLUTION TRIBUNAL
  6. A THIRD REVOLUTION IN FAMILY DISPUTE RESOLUTION: ACCESSIBLE LEGAL PROFESSIONALISM
  7. COLLABORATIVE POLICY-MAKING, LAW STUDENTS, AND ACCESS TO JUSTICE: THE REWARDS OF DESTABILIZING INSTITUTIONAL PATTERNS
  8. READING LAW AND IMAGINING JUSTICE IN THE WAHKOHTOWIN CLASSROOM
  9. ENHANCING THE LEGAL PROFESSION’S CAPACITY FOR INNOVATION: THE PROMISE OF REFLECTIVE PRACTICE AND ACTION RESEARCH FOR INCREASING ACCESS TO JUSTICE
  10. THE INTERNET AS A SITE OF LEGAL EDUCATION AND COLLABORATION ACROSS CONTINENTS AND TIME ZONES: USING ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION AS A TOOL FOR STUDENT LEARNING

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