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Cost of Justice Project to be featured on CBC's Sunday Edition

Trevor Farrow along with other notable access to justice experts will discuss the key issues facing low to middle income Canadians on CBC Radio's The Sunday Edition. The panel discussion will feature the Cost of Justice Project and will air in the second hour of the show which begins at 10am. Please check back for links to the podcast episode. 

Update: listen to the episode here.

Beginner Advocacy Workshop With Trevor Farrow

Osgoode Legal and Lit will be hosting a Beginner Advocacy Workshop with Trevor Farrow. Anyone wishing to improve their skills in advocacy is welcome to attend. 

Friday, January 30th  
Osgoode Hall, 2010 
RSVP Event Code: advocacy

A Symposium in Honour of John McCamus

Cost of Justice Research Alliance members Professors Trevor Farrow, Michael Trebilcock and Dean Lorne Sossin will be participating in the Access to Justice panel at the Symposium in Honour of John McCamus: Scholarship, Teaching and Leadership. This full day event will take place at Osgoode Hall Law School on Thursday, February 7.

RSVP at Enter Event Code: MCCAMUS

Does Your Health Depend On Your Access To Justice?

Join the conversation as Trevor Farrow and other leading experts from the medical, legal and public health communities discuss connections between health and access to justice.

This event is hosted by Access to Justice and the Health of Canadians with support from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, the University of Toronto Dalla Lana School of Public Health and the Centre for the Legal Profession at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. 

Thursday, January 31
Gladstone Hotel (1214 Queen Street W)


Remedying Discrimination: A Symposium on the Ontario Human Rights Review

CFCJ's Trevor Farrow and Les Jacobs will be speaking at Remedying Discrimination: A Symposium on the Ontario Human Rights Review. This event, organized by Osgoode Hall Law School and the Institute for Feminist Legal Studies at Osgoode, features an exciting lineup and is open to the public.   

Friday, January 25, 2013
Room 1014, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University
Registration 8:30am

RSVP: Event Code: RIGHTS     

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