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Access to Justice

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Breaking barriers and overcoming hurdles to justice

We believe that access to justice is a human right. The Lincoln Alexander School of Law is committed to addressing barriers and developing solutions that disrupt and transform the legal system to become more accessible, equitable and technologically advanced. Our research in this area includes questions related to Indigenous law, refugee law and international law and policy.


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PDF fileMore lawyers, more litigation? Exploring trends in litigation and the legal profession in Ontario, Canada, opens in new window
Avner Levin & Asher Alkoby
Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law

Creating Indigeous Property:  Power, Rights, and Relationships, external link
Cameron, Angela, Sari Graben & Val Napoleon
University of Toronto Press (2020)
PDF fileTowards Implementing the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action in Law Schools: A Settler Harm Reduction Approach to Racial Stereotyping and Prejudice against Indigenous Peoples and Indigenous Legal Orders in Canadian Legal Education
Franks, Scott J.
Graduate Program in Law, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University (2020)
PDF fileSearching for a Summary Judgment in Quebec Procedural Law
Hammond, K.
Dalhousie Law Journal (2020)
PDF fileThe failures of a ‘model’ system: RSD in Canada
Hilary Evans Cameron
Forced Migration Review (2020)
PDF fileThe Analysis of Nonverbal Communication: The Dangers of Pseudoscience in Security and Justice Contexts
Denault, Vincent, Hilary Evans Cameron, et all.
Anuario de Psicología Jurídica (2020)
PDF fileThe Battle for the Wrong Mistake: Risk Salience in Canadian Refugee Status Decision-making
Hilary Evans Cameron
Dalhousie Law Journal (2019)
PDF fileShouldn’t the Bench be a Mirror? The Diversity of the Canadian Judiciary
Levin, A. & Alkoby, A.
International Journal of the Legal Profession (2019)
PDF fileFreedom of Speech and Association in South Africa; Constitutionality of Section 1(1) of the Intimidation Act 72 of 1982
Rowbottom, Jacob, Finnian Clarke, Bojana Vitanova, Sergio Giuliano, Alexandra Mogyoros, Christina Lee, Georgios Ziogas, Leo Boonzaier, Marie Spinoy, Oliver Mills & Serdar Bakir.
Oxford Pro Bono Publico (2018)