Access to justice is described as the most pressing justice issue of our time, and unmet legal need is a challenge the world over. Our recent Research Network webinar explored the cost and value of this goal, and how that should shape 'access to justice 2.0' in future.
We were delighted to welcome our Research Network’s first international speaker, Professor Trevor Farrow – a leading Canadian (and international) expert on the administration of civil justice.
Professor Farrow’s recent book ‘The Justice Crisis’ explores several key topical issues, and what is and isn’t working. In the context of the growing international access to justice crisis, Professor Farrow discussed recent research on the cost and value of access to justice, which he argued is important for moving forward with an ‘access to justice 2.0’ agenda.
Watch the full event recording below.
About Professor Trevor Farrow
Trevor C.W. Farrow, AB (Princeton), BA/MA (Oxford), LLB (Dalhousie), LLM (Harvard), PhD (Alberta), is a Professor and former Associate Dean at Osgoode Hall Law School. He is the Chair of the Canadian Forum on Civil Justice and was the founding Academic Director of the Winkler Institute for Dispute Resolution and the Director of the York Centre for Public Policy and Law. Professor Farrow’s teaching and research focus on the administration of civil justice. His scholarship is published widely in Canada and around the world. Professor Farrow was formerly a litigation lawyer at the Torys law firm in Toronto and has received teaching awards from Harvard University and Osgoode Hall Law School.