Media Mentions

The case for limited-scope retainers

Whether your practice is transactional or litigation-focused, one area of burgeoning opportunity is in providing limited-scope legal services…

Canadian Lawyer Magazine

Written by Kevin Cheung


Breaking down organizational barriers helps access to justice, panel says

….The Action Group on Access to Justice addressed the family bar’s concerns and showcased innovators…

The Lawyer’s Daily

Written by Amanda Jerome



Lawyers, clients give thumbs up in first study of satisfaction with unbundled services

Canadian Lawyer

Written By Elizabeth Raymer


New Website – Ontario’s Family Law Limited Scope Services Project

The Great Library posted: “This week saw the launch of a new website for Ontario’s Family Law Limited Scope Services Project. The Project is funded by The Law Foundation of Ontario. Its aim is to improve access to family justice for lower and middle income Ontarians by increasing…

Know How

Posted by the Great Library


Project group funded by Law Foundation of Ontario launches website to improve access to family justice

CISION

Provided by the Law Society of Ontario


New Ontario family law project helps lawyers provide unbundled services

The Lawyer’s Daily

Written by Amanda Jerome


Law Foundation of Ontario moves to improve access to family law advice

TbNewsWatch.com

TbNewsWatch.com Staff


Saskatchewan hunts for more legal coaches

Canadian Lawyer Magazine

Written by Anthony Davis


Dispatches from the Family Law Sector – Limited Scope Retainers

…The good news is that LSR is here to stay.

The court system has borne the burden of a growing body of unmonied, unrepresented and legally uninitiated litigants. The courts have over the years publicized the crisis and have worked toward solutions. The FLLSSP is an example of partnership between bench and bar.

This article was originally published by The Lawyer’s Daily (www.thelawyersdaily.ca), part of LexisNexis Canada Inc.,

Written by Anita Lerek