Survey: Attitude, Experience and Exposure to A2J

Written by Tasha Ellis, articling student at Robson Hall

Supreme Court Justice Karakatsanis, as Chair of the Action Committee on Access to Justice in Civil and Family Matters, is calling all young legal professionals and law students to complete a short survey to understand your views and experiences around A2J.

Although there has been an increase in awareness to the crisis of A2J in the ten years since the foundational Roadmap for Change (pdf) report was released, there is a substantial amount of work to do. The results of the survey will inform future work of the national committee and it is important to include Manitoba perspectives.

If you were called to the Bar less than 10 years ago, or if you are a law or articling student, please take 5-10 minutes to fill out this important survey.

A2J Survey for Young Lawyers    Français  Sondage de l’A2J sur les jeunes professionnels du droit

A2J Survey for Law Students      Français  Sondage de l’A2J auprès des étudiants en droit

The views and opinions expressed in the blogs are the views of their authors, and do not represent the views of the Faculty of Law, or the University of Manitoba. Academic Members of the University of Manitoba are entitled to academic freedom in the context of a respectful working and learning environment.