VII. HOW TO PARTICIPATE

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As
stated above, consultations will take place this fall. If necessary, additional
consultations may be organized between January and April
2010.

If
you would like to set up a consultation meeting with the LCO at your
organization, you may contact the Project Head to discuss possible arrangements
(see contact information below). Meetings can take place in person, by
conference call or via other interactive technologies. You may propose meetings
with workers and/or users of your services. You may also propose to team up with
other organizations in your community to organize a meeting or signal key
gatherings that the LCO could possibly join to reach out to certain groups of
users or workers. Although the LCO is interested in consulting with both users
and workers of the family justice system, including family law lawyers, we are
particularly interested in receiving proposals from organizations that may be
able to help organize consultations with user groups in their
community.

The
LCO will also use its website and e-mail list to post calls for participants an
in-person meetings and conference calls with targeted user and worker groups. If
you would like to be added to the LCO contact list for this project, please
communicate with the Project Head.

Finally,
as with any LCO project, individual and organizations may send extensive
submissions or shorter comments through the LCO website, by e-mail or by regular
mail.

Submissions
and comments must be received by February 1, 2009.

You
can mail, fax, e-mail your submissions or comments, or use the LCO website
comments form at
http://projects.lco-cdo.org/familylawprocess.

 

 Law
Commission of Ontario

“Family
Justice System Entry Points Consultation”

Computer Methods
Building, Suite 201

4850 Keele
Street

Toronto,
ON

M3J
1P3

 

Fax:  (416) 650-8418

E-mail: LawCommission@lco-cdo.org

Project
Website Link and Comments
Form:

http://projects.lco-cdo.org/familylawprocess

 

If
you have questions regarding this consultation, please contact us at (416)
650-8406.

 

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