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Braiding Diversity into Justice – Hamilton

For many young people, a career in law may feel out of their reach. Braiding Diversity into Justice and other OJEN career modelling programs help young people of all backgrounds “see themselves in law” by introducing them to legal professionals with whom they share similar experiences. The goal of these programs is to show that […]

Braiding Diversity into Justice – Thunder Bay

For many young people, a career in law may feel out of their reach. Braiding Diversity into Justice and other OJEN career modelling programs help young people of all backgrounds “see themselves in law” by introducing them to legal professionals with whom they share similar experiences. The goal of these programs is to show that […]

Braiding Diversity into Justice – Brantford

For many young people, a career in law may feel out of their reach. Braiding Diversity into Justice and other OJEN career modelling programs help young people of all backgrounds “see themselves in law” by introducing them to legal professionals with whom they share similar experiences. The goal of these programs is to show that […]

Braiding Diversity into Justice – Ottawa Region

For many young people, women and gender diverse youth in particular, a career in law may feel out of their reach. Braiding Diversity into Justice and other OJEN career modelling programs help young people of all backgrounds “see themselves in law” by introducing them to legal professionals with whom they share similar experiences. The goal […]

Braiding Diversity into Justice – Durham Region

For many young people, women and gender diverse youth in particular, a career in law may feel out of their reach. Braiding Diversity into Justice and other OJEN career modelling programs help young people of all backgrounds “see themselves in law” by introducing them to legal professionals with whom they share similar experiences. The goal […]

Braiding Diversity into Justice – Waterloo Region

  Braiding Diversity into Justice 2024 Time: March 7, 2024, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Location: Kitchener Courthouse Keynote Speaker: Justice Lori Anne Thomas Braiding Diversity into Justice is an annual event first offered in the Kitchener-Waterloo area in 2018. Its goal is to connect young women between the ages of 16 and 20 with […]

Apps for Justice Challenge

What is this? Our new Apps for Justice Challenge is a creative, collaborative way to explore access to justice (A2J) issues, as well as fundamental legal concepts and areas of law, through the lens of technology. Branching off from a successful pilot of the program last spring, done in partnership with the University of Ottawa, […]

Human Rights Mock Hearing: Jaffer and Newcomers Can Centre

After graduating university, Chloe Jaffer was thrilled to find a new job working in immigrant settlement at the Newcomers Can Centre, in Brampton Ontario. Everything started well, but before long she encountered negative comments about her choice to incorporate traditional South Asian clothing into her work outfits and heard her boss making remarks about South […]

Top Five 2021

Each year at OJEN’s Toronto Summer Law Institute, a leading jurist or professor identifies five cases that are of significance in the educational setting. The 2021 cases were selected and discussed by Professor Sonia Lawrence of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. Professor Lawrence is a leading scholar in Canadian constitutional law and a prolific […]

Steps to Justice: Going to Criminal Court

This Going to Criminal Court resource is a collaboration between the Ontario Justice Education Network (OJEN) and Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO). OJEN’s Steps to Justice workshops introduce audiences to common legal problems and familiarize them with a specific area of law. Using hypothetical scenarios, workshop participants explore a legal topic by navigating the practical […]

Steps to Justice: Youth Criminal Justice

This Youth Criminal Justice resource is a collaboration between the Ontario Justice Education Network (OJEN) and Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO). OJEN’s Steps to Justice workshops introduce audiences to common legal problems and familiarize them with a specific area of law. Using hypothetical scenarios, workshop participants explore a legal topic by navigating the practical step-by-step […]

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