Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family

The Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family is a non-profit organization associated with the University of Calgary. The objects of the Institute are to undertake and advance interdisciplinary research, education and publication on issues related to law and the family; to promote evidence-based reform of the law and legal processes; and, to improve access to justice in family law matters.

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This report presents the findings of the Institute's evaluation of the wikibook JP Boyd on Family Law, a free public legal information resource, available online and in print, provided by Courthouse Libraries BC. Read ...
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This study assesses outputs & outcomes of the JPBOFL wikibook by analyzing data from Google Analytics and data collected from a pop-up survey of users, a follow-up survey administered 1 week later and a follow-up survey ...
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The final results of survey of participants from a 2-day national symposium with a multidisciplinary spectrum of leading stakeholders to share info & dialogue about how: voices of children and youth are heard, their ...
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A review of the development of parenting coordination in the US & its adoption in Canada, and the findings of the research available to date on parenting coordination, its efficacy in resolving parenting disputes, its ...
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