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JSCA is accepting applications for a virtual research internship at Osgoode Law School

PRESS/JSCA In the context of the project “Improving Access to Civil Justice in Latin America,” which is financed by Global Affairs Canada (GAC), the Justice Studies Center of the Americas (JSCA) invites all interested parties to apply to the virtual research internship at Osgoode Law School (York University, Toronto, Canada), which will be held June 21 through July 2 of this year.   This program…

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Jaime Arellano: “Some countries started thinking about collaborative mechanisms for reestablishing judicial services because without them, there is no access to justice.”

PRESS/JSCA One of the main challenges facing the justice system today is related to the degree to which sentences are enforced. This was noted by our Executive Director, Jaime Arellano, in an interview published in the journal Access to Justice in Times of Pandemic. (in spanish) He discussed the need to create alternative dispute resolution mechanisms in order to guarantee timely access to justice for…

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JSCA to hold virtual seminar to launch the study “The practice of law in Latin America: In search of an agenda.”

The activity will be broadcast via JSCA’s YouTube Channel. The virtual seminar “The practice of law in Latin America: In search of an agenda” will be held next Tuesday, March 2, 2021. The presentation will focus on the results of the research that the Justice Studies Center of the Americas (JSCA) conducted in five countries in the region during 2020. The event is directed at…

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JSCA Co-organizes Certificate Program on Technological Innovation and Judicial Management

PRESS/JSCA Universidad Champagnat de Argentina and the Justice Studies Center of the Americas (JSCA), JUFEJUS, REFLEJAR, IFITEJ, INECIP, INECO, INFOLAB, FAM, the National Judicial Offices Institute, Thomson Reuters, and WOLAP have launched the Certificate Program on Technological Innovation and Judicial Management. The goal of the certificate program is to provide specialized training regarding the values, skills, and abilities necessary to transform justice administration and to…

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OCCA presented its fourth thematic report, which focuses on conflict in the healthcare sector in Latin America.

In the context of the project “Improving Access to Civil Justice in Latin America” with the support of Global Affairs Canada (GAC)  The Observatory on Civil Conflict and Access to Justice (OCCA) -created by the Justice Studies Center of the Americas (JSCA)– presented the results of its fourth thematic report, “Civil conflict and barriers to access to justice in Latin America.” The report was developed…