Legal Ethics in a Digital Context

  • June 23, 2021

Technology has become an important part of contemporary legal practice. Lawyers should be able to recognize when using technology is needed to provide a legal service effectively and understand how to use technology responsibly and ethically.

Moving Forward on Legal Aid

  • October 18, 2017

Moving Forward on Legal Aid: Research on Needs and Innovative Approaches presents new research findings, profiles innovations in legal aid service delivery in Canada and elsewhere and suggests future directions to improve legal aid and access to justice generally.

What Do We Want? Canada’s Future Legal Aid System: Backgrounder on National Legal Aid Benchmarks

  • July 01, 2015

In spring 2015, a Working Group of the Canadian Bar Association’s Access to Justice Committee (CBA Committee) and the Association of Legal Aid Plans of Canada (ALAP) initiated the National Legal Aid Benchmarks project. The project is intended to start a different type of conversation and encourage new ways of thinking about legal aid reform, to build support for and encourage substantial change.