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04-12-21 | Access to Justice, Constitutional Law, Environmental Law

At the heart of law: Research in law for local citizenry

How can we advance access to justice? How does such a goal fit into the efforts of a legal researcher?

For David Robitaille, it is people who are at the heart of constitutional law. In this video from the series ” Viv(r)e la recherche en droit ”, he explains how the right to a healthy environment is lived on a daily basis, outside of the law. In telling the story of a citizen’s struggle to protect her land, he shows us why we need research in law.

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04-06-21 | Access to Justice, Criminal Law

A law that punishes or a law that progresses: Research in law for sustainable solutions to social problems

How can we advance access to justice? How does such a goal fit into the efforts of a legal researcher?

In this video from our series ” Viv(r)e la recherche en droit ”, Marie-Eve Sylvestre examines the many examples of unfair and discriminatory practices within a criminal justice system that criminalizes poverty.

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03-29-21 | Children's Rights, Human Rights, Research methodology

At the boundaries of law and ethics: How the legal system addresses social issues concerning life and death

How can we advance access to justice? How does such a goal fit into the efforts of a legal researcher?

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Mona Paré
03-04-21 | Access to Justice, Children's Rights, Research methodology

Small subjects, big issues: Research in law for access to justice for children

Mona Paré examines how access to justice affects children, exploring what makes them vulnerable in their encounters with the law and its procedures. Problems in this field require innovative solutions. To better understand how to improve the situation, Professor Paré looks for new voices and perspectives.

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