Architects Of Justice: Stories From The Justice System

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Architects Of Justice: Stories From The Justice System
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Raconteurs Storytelling & The Action Group on Access to Justice (TAG) present

“Architects Of Justice: Stories from The Justice System”

Join us on Friday, October 21st at Hart House for an evening of true stories told live on stage by people about their personal and professional experiences with the legal system. These stories will explore the human element of the access to justice and the work being done to build a better system from within.

Stories from:
MP Jagmeet Singh, former criminal lawyer in Brampton
Scott Cowan, criminal defense lawyer in Northern Canada
Aurina Chatterjee, refugee lawyer
Mandi Gray, York Ph.D student who wil speak to navigating the legal system as a civilian

This event is part of Access to Justice Week.

The Action Group on Access to Justice (TAG) is catalyzing solutions to Ontario’s access to justice challenges by facilitating collaboration with institutional, political and community stakeholders. It is funded by the Law Foundation of Ontario with support from the Law Society of Upper Canada. For more information visit

Raconteurs is a monthly event series featuring true, personal storytelling live on stage without notes or props. Each event features a theme — a jumping off point to give the evening’s stories a common thread. Stories shared can be funny, poignant, exciting, and moving. Everyone can be a storyteller — because everyone has a story!

Attendees must RSVP at


This event will be free for Access To Justice Week participants and University of Toronto students.
$10 suggested donation for community members/professionals
$5 suggested donation for students from other institutions

This event is made possible through the generous support of Hart House.
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