Expanding Engagement: Creating Connections Between Delivery of Justice and Health Services
A free lecture by Michele Leering and an ongoing conversation on creating connections between the delivery of justice and health services, entitled, “Expanding Engagement: Creating Connections Between Delivery of Justice and Health Services” will take place on Wednesday, October 18, 2017 in the MLT AIKINS Lecture Theatre (Room 150), College of Law from 12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m.
NEW - For those who are interested in joining the conversation from outside of Saskatoon (or off campus), we are offering a livestream option.
To participate in person or online, please RSVP:
Option 1: Attend lecture in person - Space is limited – please RSVP to Brea Lowenberger, Director of CREATE Justice and Access to Justice Coordinator at email@example.com, to confirm your attendance. Pizza lunch is being sponsored by the College of Medicine Division of Social Accountability.
Option 2: Livestream lecture - Link will be forwarded the morning of the lecture – please RSVP to Chris Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your interest in livestreaming the lecture.
The lecture is being held as part of the Second Annual Saskatchewan Access to Justice Week. The target audience for the lecture is faculty, practitioners, students and administrators from justice and health-related disciplines. This lecture has been made possible by support from the Office of the Vice-President Research Visiting Lecturer Fund at the University of Saskatchewan. The application was made by Dr. Beth Bilson and builds upon the Saskatchewan Access to Legal Information Project through CREATE Justice, the College of Law’s new access to justice research centre.