How Data Scientists and Legal Scholars Are Collaborating to Help Canadians Solve Their Everyday Legal Problems
Canada has an "access to justice" problem. Almost half of us will experience a family or civil justice problem in the next three years, but research shows 45% of people will not resolve their problem. There is remarkable lack of data about how Canadians solve their legal problems. In order to improve access to justice, we need to know more: we need to know where and how to help.
Kate is a UVic Alumni, holding both a Bachelor of Science Honours and a Juris Doctor from UVic and proudly rowed for the UVic women’s rowing team. She also holds a Masters of Arts in Journalism from Western University.
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Research is continually reshaping the way we live and think. In these online talks you'll hear from distinguished members of the faculties at the University of Victoria and learn about their research interests.