Analyze and Learn


How are we reaching this goal?

Develop metrics

Establish benchmarks and standardized metrics to build a shared understanding of legal services, models and needs

Work with researchers in all fields

Coordinate research between institutions and universities, and between social scientists, economists, system users, and legal institutions to better understanding the issues

This year's progress

The past year has seen new publications, new efforts to coordinate research and progress on the development of common metrics to understand the access to justice crisis.

Click here to learn about 2017 activities to advance Goal 8: Analyze and Learn

Read the whole report here: Tracking Action on Canada's JDG's


Projects Advancing this Goal

Organization’s English Website


Organization’s French Website


Canadian Bar Association

Accessibility, Quality And Profitability For Personal Plight Law Firms: Hitting The Sweet Spot, Noel Semple

Canadian Bar Association

Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals

Survey to measure the tribunal's accessibility to self-represented litigants

Conseil des Tribunaux Administratifs Canadiens

Action Committee on Access to Justice in Civil and Family Matters

Canadian Access to Justice Initiatives: JDGs Status Report

Objectifs De Développement En Matière De Justice

Supreme Court of Canada

Older case files moving to Library and Archives Canada (LAC) for research purposes.

Cour Suprême Du Canada

Canadian Forum on Civil Justice


“Just in Time” research

Access to Justice Research Network (AJRN)

The Data Deficit: The Case For Improving Court Records For Future Access To Justice Research

Demographic Data Reports from the Costs of Justice Project (Age, Gender, Education, Region, Born in Canada)

Forum Canadien Sur La Justice Civile

National Self-Represented Litigants Project

SRL Case Law database



Law Society Alberta

Public Engagement on Legal Services in Alberta




Justice Research Framework

Data scan of existing data

A2J and Technology project



Access to Justice Triple Aim and Measurement Framework


Legal Services Society

Client based design and evaluation.



Community Legal Education Association

Demographic information on law line users


Public Interest Law Centre

Report on access to justice

Juridique Manitoba


Nova Scotia Barristers' Society




Law Foundation of Ontario

Evaluation of Community Articling Fellowships Program

La Fondation Du Droit De L’Ontario

The Action Group on Access to Justice (TAG)

Millennials, Technology and Access to Justice report

Architects of Justice

Groupe D’Action Sur L’Accès À La Justice

Winkler Institute for Dispute Resolution

Report on Professionalism And Ethics In Family Law


Ontario Court of Justice

Court Statistics available online

Cour De Justice De L’Ontario

U of Windsor, Faculty of Law

Access to Justice Yearbook



CREATE Justice

Architects of Justice

Collaborative access to justice research



Investigating the impact of advocacy by law students at CLASSIC in the context of housing law hearings


A2J Working Group

Saskatchewan Access to Legal Information Conference


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