The Law Foundation of Ontario

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Justice and Technology Research Call for Applications

Call for applications information and application form to apply to The Law Foundation of Ontario’s Justice and Technology Research Call for Applications Deadline: December 15, 2018 Grant amount: up to $100K
October 1, 2018

Justice and Technology Research Call for Applications

Applying for a grant: what you need to know

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This call is now closed.

The Law Foundation of Ontario invites nonprofit organizations to apply for a Justice and Technology Research grant, through our Strategic granting program.

The Foundation wishes to understand how technology is impacting access to justice. Access to justice exists when the public can understand, use, and afford information and services to prevent and resolve their legal disputes and to achieve just outcomes without delay. This granting stream highlights the Foundation’s strategic objective of expanding knowledge: “We continually deepen our knowledge of access to justice, including the contribution of community organizations. We are committed to sharing our knowledge about what is happening and what works.”

The purpose of the Justice and Technology Research granting is to gain a better understanding of the practical ways in which technology is, or could, potentially change how legal services are provided, and to support access to justice for people with legal needs.

The Foundation understands that there are multiple definitions of “technology” and is open to various research approaches as part of this call.

What's our Strategic program? Learn more.

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