Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
General practice
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2020-11-13
ISBN: 
9780779896615
Carswell

Humber Journal of Paralegal Access to Justice 2020

Availability: In Stock

The Humber Journal of Paralegal Access to Justice provides a voice for licensed paralegals and paralegal educators in critically examining the scope of paralegal practice and the role of paralegals in advancing access to justice.

The journal provides an opportunity to promote developments that enhance affordable legal representation for previously self-represented litigants and at the same time, questions governmental initiatives that might undermine the mantra of access to justice.

Through in-depth articles, practice guidance, legislative updates, and case comments, this product offers practical insight into the current and future trends in this emerging profession. The text also offers the opportunity to explore less-known areas of practice available for licensed paralegals in order to activate the full capability of paralegals in enhancing access to justice.

This edition includes:

  • The Need for Equitable Relief in the Ontario Small Claims Court — Bernard Aron
  • Jurisdictional Limits in the Ontario Small Claims Court — Aram Simovonian
  • The Great Divide: The Disparity Between Large and Small Residential Landlords in Ontario — Carolina Anna Rego
  • Small Landlord Access to Justice — Tudor Gagea
  • Health and Access to Justice — Alissa Gaudon
  • Artificial Intelligence and the Canadian Legal System: Growing Pains — Ashleigh Scianitti
  • Revolutionize the Delivery of Justice in Tribunals — Charlotte Peck
  • Advertising for Paralegals and Access to Justice — Rosa Porco
  • Education and Indigenous Access to Justice — Ileah Ouimette-Lemoth
  • Mandatory Pro Bono — Krystina Lau
  • Justice Delayed is Justice Denied — Aram Simovonian
  • Family Status Protection in Children and the Duty to Accommodate & Jurisdictional Issues in Aboriginal Human Rights Matters — Anthony Meringolo
  • Wrongful Conviction — Chloe Davies and Melanie Dekkoker
Carswell

Humber Journal of Paralegal Access to Justice 2020

Author: Bernard Aron
Availability: In Stock

Description

The Humber Journal of Paralegal Access to Justice provides a voice for licensed paralegals and paralegal educators in critically examining the scope of paralegal practice and the role of paralegals in advancing access to justice.

The journal provides an opportunity to promote developments that enhance affordable legal representation for previously self-represented litigants and at the same time, questions governmental initiatives that might undermine the mantra of access to justice.

Through in-depth articles, practice guidance, legislative updates, and case comments, this product offers practical insight into the current and future trends in this emerging profession. The text also offers the opportunity to explore less-known areas of practice available for licensed paralegals in order to activate the full capability of paralegals in enhancing access to justice.

This edition includes:

  • The Need for Equitable Relief in the Ontario Small Claims Court — Bernard Aron
  • Jurisdictional Limits in the Ontario Small Claims Court — Aram Simovonian
  • The Great Divide: The Disparity Between Large and Small Residential Landlords in Ontario — Carolina Anna Rego
  • Small Landlord Access to Justice — Tudor Gagea
  • Health and Access to Justice — Alissa Gaudon
  • Artificial Intelligence and the Canadian Legal System: Growing Pains — Ashleigh Scianitti
  • Revolutionize the Delivery of Justice in Tribunals — Charlotte Peck
  • Advertising for Paralegals and Access to Justice — Rosa Porco
  • Education and Indigenous Access to Justice — Ileah Ouimette-Lemoth
  • Mandatory Pro Bono — Krystina Lau
  • Justice Delayed is Justice Denied — Aram Simovonian
  • Family Status Protection in Children and the Duty to Accommodate & Jurisdictional Issues in Aboriginal Human Rights Matters — Anthony Meringolo
  • Wrongful Conviction — Chloe Davies and Melanie Dekkoker