This week’s resource is: Enhancing the Legal Profession’s Capacity for Innovation: The Promise of Reflective Practice and Action Research for Increasing Access to Justice, an article that explores how embracing reflective practice and action research as enablers of change and innovation could transform the professional culture of justice-related services. This resource is a required reading for the session on Institutionalizing Community-Based Justice Services being lead by @michelemleering at the 2017 Legal Empowerment Leadership Course taking place in Budapest, Hungary from 4-8 December.
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Recent national reports have documented growing justice gaps in Canada and have identified a compelling need for innovation in the justice sector to better meet the needs of the public. Nurturing a greater capacity for individual, collective, and critical reflection will ensure the legal profession is much better equipped to respond creatively and strategically to a lack of equal access to justice.
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