Guest Post: CRT User Experience Study

Our guest blog post on the Civil Resolution Tribunal's website:

Independent Researchers Looking to Talk to People About Their Experiences Using the CRT

 A team of independent, academic researchers, based at Thompson Rivers University and led by Katie Sykes (Associate Professor, Faculty of Law) are looking to discover if – and how – the CRT is helping make justice more accessible in BC...

CRT Study blog post

User-centered Experience

It’s a fascinating initiative, and our project is primarily focused on determining what sort of experience people have had when using the CRT, as well as investigating how legal stakeholders (lawyers, judges, frontline workers, etc) feel about the CRT and its expanding jurisdiction through a combination of anonymous survey questionnaires and interviews...
(Source: Factum De Jure, June 4, 2019.)

TRU researchers awarded prestigious federal grants

Four TRU researchers received more than $365,000 through the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Insight Development Grants program, announced today by the Government of Canada....
(Source: TRU Newsroom, January 30, 2019.)