CREATE Justice welcomes involvement from past and current University of Saskatchewan faculty members, sessional lecturers, and alumni! We invite you to get involved in any of the following ways:
For any University of Saskatchewan faculty member or sessional lecturer
1. Supervise access to justice-related student research through a courseAccess to justice-related research papers in law, and other disciplines, and College of Law Individual Directed Research (IDRs) can advance meaningful ideas for program and policy reform. As well, these encourage student participation in access to justice and cultivate an interest following graduation. If you are a faculty member or sessional instructor who would like to include access to justice-related research paper topics in your course or a faculty member interested in supervising an IDR, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information or to see examples of past topics, please contact email@example.com.
For College of Law alumni, faculty, and sessional lecturers
1. Share information with colleagues, staff, and students
Please share information about the exciting research and events that CREATE Justice has underway. The Director of CREATE Justice sends emails and announcements about CREATE Justice’s research, activities, and events: please circulate these widely. For more information, see the student involvement page or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Take part in Access to Justice Week
We invite you to participate in Saskatchewan Access to Justice Week, which takes place annually in October. Access to Justice Week highlights how various organizations are making justice more accessible to all Canadians. For information on past events, please click here.
3. Become involved in research or action-oriented projects
Please contact us at email@example.com if you would like to involve CREATE Justice in research or action-oriented projects related to access to legal services, dispute resolution, or systemic justice. We may be able to assist you through (i) enhancing your knowledge mobilization channels and grant applications; (ii) connecting you with potential community and campus partners; or (iii) engaging in a partnership with CREATE Justice.