Everyday Legal Problems and the Cost of Justice – Age, Gender, Region, Education and Born in CanadaLisa Moore
Thursday, August 31, 2017
As part of the CFCJ’s national Everyday Legal Problems and the Cost of Justice in Canada study, over 3,000 people in Canada were surveyed about their attitudes towards and experiences with the justice system in Canada. Specifically, they were asked about the kinds of civil and family justice problems they experience, their methods of dealing with them, and the associated costs they incur to resolve them. The CFCJ is thrilled to announce that the resulting survey data has now been broken down based on the following respondent characteristics: “Age,” “Gender,” “Canadian Region,” “Education” and “Born in Canada“.