CALL for Innovation

S1E3 - Access to Justice - role of information and libraries in addressing gaps

July 08, 2019 Season 1 Episode 3
CALL for Innovation
S1E3 - Access to Justice - role of information and libraries in addressing gaps
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CALL for Innovation
S1E3 - Access to Justice - role of information and libraries in addressing gaps
Jul 08, 2019 Season 1 Episode 3
Brea Lowenberger, Melanie Hodges-Neufeld, Megan Smiley
Libraries role as trusted intermediaries in addressing critical legal information gaps
Show Notes

Melanie Hodges-Neufeld - Director of Legal Resources, Law Society of Saskatchewan
Brea Lowenberger - Director of Create Justice A2J Lab, University of Saskatchewan
Megan Smiley - LawMatters Program Coordinator, Courthouse Libraries BC

Highlights:

  • Discussion of Saskatchewan Access to Legal Information (SALI) project
  • Serving the public and triage of public legal information needs from within public and courthouse libraries and library networks
  • Addressing critical legal information gaps through trusted intermediaries
  • coordination of A2J efforts across multiple stakeholder groups
  • Developing and learning from best practices

Video of this interview available on YouTube



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