by Trevor C. Farrow


"Change is happening on access to justice. While not a new concept, the idea of improving access to justice has taken on new significance in recent years. As will be discussed at this week’s Global Week for Justice and next week’s collaborative Access to Justice Week, the work toward providing justice for all is not finished. But we are certainly moving beyond the recognition that access to justice matters and can see meaningful progress being made. Our thinking about access to justice is shifting in fundamental ways. In this piece I set out ten steps forward that have been taken, both globally and in Canada, on the way to justice for all."

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