Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Book Launch & Town Hall with the Toronto Star's Ellen Roseman

Wednesday, November 21, 2012 - 4:30pm to 6:00pm  
Location: Bennett Lecture Hall

Middle Income Access to Justice (Michael Trebilcock, Anthony Duggan and Lorne Sossin, eds.), the pinnacle of a multi-year and innovative initiative launched at the law school, is now available. The book, published by University of Toronto Press, is the culmination of the ideas, strategies and concrete solutions emanating from the Faculty of Law’s 2011 Access to Justice colloquium.

The event, with keynote speaker SCC Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin, focused on the three hot-topic areas of family, consumer/debtor-creditor and employment law. It tapped into the brightest legal minds in the academy, profession and legal organizations across Canada, the US and overseas to effect change in the legal landscape for Canadians caught in the middle—too rich to receive public legal aid, not rich enough to afford legal fees.

For further information or to order: http://bit.ly/LlCN5W.

Read more on the Access to Justice for Middle Income Canadians project: http://uoft.me/a2jproject.