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Hoen, Beth, Kristofer Nielsen, and Angela Sasso. “Health Care Interpreter Services: Strengthening Access to Primary Health Care: National Report.” Critical Link Canada and Healthcare Interpreter Network, 2006.

Judicial Council of California. “Equal Access Fund - A Report to the California Legislature.” Administrative Office of the Courts, Center for Families, Children & the Courts, March 2005.

Kerzner, Lana. “Providing Legal Services to People with Disabilities.” ARCH (Advocacy Resource Centre for the Handicapped) Disability Law Centre, April 2008.

*Kilbride, Kinise, Principal Investigator. “Reclaiming Voice: Challenges and Opportunities for Immigrant

Women Learning English.” Policy Matters, November 2008:


*“Law Society of Upper Canada.” Licensing and Accreditation Task Force: www.lsuc.on.ca/latestnews/a/hottopics/licensing-and-accreditation-task-force/.

*Legal Aid Ontario. “Tariff and Billing Handbook.” Legal Aid Ontario, October 2007.

*“Legal Aid Ontario.” Legal Aid Services: www.legalaid.on.ca/en/.

*Legal Services Commission and Community Legal Service [UK]. “Innovation in the Community Legal Service: A review of 22 projects supported through the Partnership Initiative Budget.” Legal Services Commission and Community Legal Service, May 2005.

*Long, Andrea, and Anne Beveridge. “Delivering Poverty Law Services: Lessons from BC and Abroad.” Social Planning and Research Council of British Columbia, August 2004.

Lovric, Jenny. “Regional, Rural and Remote Pro Bono: Models and Opportunities.” National Pro Bono Resource Centre, University of New South Wales, May 2006.

*MacDougall, Jamie C. “Family Violence and the Deaf - Legal Education and Information Issues: A National Needs Assessment.” Department of Justice Canada, September 2000.

*MacLeod, Linda, and Maria Y. Shin. “Like a Wingless Bird: A Tribute to the Survival and Courage of Women Who Are Abused and Who Speak neither English nor French.” Public Health Agency of Canada, 1993.

*McBride, Neil. “Ten Things a Legal Aid Provider Can Do to Serve More New Immigrants.” Management Information Exchange Journal, Vol. XXII, No. 2 (2008).

McDonald, Susan and Ab Currie. “Connect the Dots: Public Confidence and PLEI.” Presentation, PLEAC 2007 Conference, Department of Justice Canada, September 27, 2007.

McEown, Carol, and Gayla Reid. “PLE Review: Reflections and Recommendations on Public Legal Education Delivery in BC.” Legal Services Society of British Columbia, May 2007.

McKeown, Larry, Anthony Noce, and Peter Czerny. “Factors Associated with Internet Use: Does Rurality Matter?” Rural and Small Town Canada Analysis Bulletin, Vol. 7, No. 3, Statistics Canada, September 2007.

Multilingual Community Interpreter Services. “Giving Voice: An assessment of the interpreting and translating needs of families and victims of child abuse, elder abuse, youth crime and homicide.” Multilingual Community Interpreter Services, 2006.

National Asian Pacific Bar Association. “Increasing Access to Justice for Limited English Proficient Asian Pacific Americans: Report for Action.” National Asian Pacific Bar Association, May 2007.

*Ornstein, Michael. “Ethno-Racial Inequality in the City of Toronto: An Analysis of the 1996 Census.” City of Toronto, May 2000.

*Ornstein, Michael. “The Changing Face of the Ontario Legal Profession, 1971–2001.” Report to the Law Society of Upper Canada, October 2004.

Pay, Cynthia. “Proposal for Interpretation Services for Legal Clinics in Toronto.” Parkdale Community Legal Services, February 2002.

*“Poverty Law Advocacy Network of Canada.” Vision Statement: www.planc.povnet.org.

Reid, Gayla, and John Malcolmson. “Civil Hub Research Project: Needs Mapping.” Legal Services Society of British Columbia, June 2007.

*Reid, Gayla, and John Malcolmson. “Voices from the Field: Needs Mapping Self-help Services in Rural and Remote Communities, Final Report.” Supreme Court Self-help Information Centre Advisory Committee [British Columbia] (with funding from the Law Foundation of British Columbia), May 2008.

*Sole Practitioner and Small Firm Task Force. “Final Report of the Sole Practitioner and Small Firm Task Force.” Law Society of Upper Canada, March 2005.

Sossin, Lorne. “What Needs to Change: Toward a Framework of Access to Administrative Justice.” Forum for Advancing Access to Justice and Racial Equality. Toronto: The Law Foundation of Ontario and the Law Society of Upper Canada, September 11, 2007.

Sossin, Lorne, and Zimra Yetnikof. “I Can See Clearly Now: Videoconference Hearings and the Legal Limit on How Tribunals Allocate Resources.” Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice, Vol. 25 (2), University of Windsor Faculty of Law, 2007.

*Spain, Larry R. “The Opportunities and Challenges of Providing Equal Access to Justice in Rural Communities.” William Mitchell Law Review 28 (2001): 367-381.

*Sparling, David, and Delia Bucknell. “Ontario’s Changing Population.” Institute of Agri-Food Policy Innovation, October 2006.

*Standing Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry. “Beyond Freefall: Halting Rural Poverty, Final Report.” Government of Canada, June 2008.

*“Strategic Plan for Settlement and Language Training.” Citizenship and Immigration Canada:


*Stratton, Mary. “Alberta Self-Represented Litigants Mapping Project.” Canadian Forum on Civil Justice (funded by the Alberta Law Foundation), January 12, 2007.

*Stutz, Jeffrey, and Lucille Narun. “Technology in Aid of Client Services (draft, August 12, 2008). Legal Aid Ontario.

*“Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) National.” Department of Immigration and Citizenship [Australia]. www.immi.gov.au/living-in-australia/help-withenglish/help_with_translating/index.htm.

*Trebilcock, Michael. “Report of the Legal Aid Review 2008.” Submitted to the Attorney General of Ontario, 2008.

Tse Tong, Grace. “Provincial Learning Advisory Committee Equity Report.” Metro Toronto Chinese and Southeast Asian Clinic, March 13, 2007.

Uyehara, Paul. “N-LAAN - Birthing a Language Access Backup Center.” Management Information Exchange Journal, XXII (2008).

*Wayland, Sarah. “Unsettled: Legal and Policy Barriers for Newcomers to Canada.” Community Foundations of Canada and the Law Commission of Canada, 2006.

West Wood Spice Human Services Consultants. “Evaluation of the Cooperative Legal Service Delivery Model (CLSDM) Pilot.” Legal Aid Commission of New South Wales, August 2005.

Zorza, Richard. “Video Conferencing for Access to Justice: An Evaluation of the Montana Experiment, Final Report.” Montana Legal Services Association, June 2007.

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