Tiffany Paulsen, K.C. to Participate in Family Law Panel

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Join Tiffany Paulsen, K.C., at the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Law on October 25, 2022, where she will participate in a panel discussion entitled Using Data and Design for Action: Next Steps For Family Justice in Saskatchewan. The discussion will include perspectives on how leaders of the justice sector are using data and design methods to foster a collaborative and coordinated approach to improving family justice in Saskatchewan. The event is open to the public and available for CPD credit. For more information, click here.

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Kristi Chisholm
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Tiffany Paulsen, K.C. and Curtis Clavelle present at PATHS Conference 2022

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Tiffany Paulsen, K.C. and Curtis Clavelle will host a breakout workshop titled, The Divorce Act Amendments in Practice: Creating Meaningful Change? at this year’s PATHS Conference.

PATHS’ mission is to support and collaborate with member agencies and others to address, prevent, and ultimately eliminate intimate partner and family violence in Saskatchewan.

For tickets to this year’s conference, click on the link below.

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