Publications, research, and evaluations
The Law Foundation of Ontario produces and commissions a number of reports about our grantmaking and about issues of importance and relevance to our grantees and access to justice generally. See the publications below to learn more.
Trusted Help: The role of community workers as trusted intermediaries who help people with legal problems
We commissioned research to better understand trusted intermediaries, also known as community or frontline workers, and the ways in which they could be supported to help advance access to justice for their clients. Visit the trusted intermediaries research webpage here to learn more.
Access to Justice Fund reports:
The Connecting Project reports:
- An evaluation of the Connecting Articling Fellowship program (2017)
- Connecting Project progress report (2013)
- Connecting Across Language and Distance: Linguistic and Rural Access to Legal Information and Services (2008)
Class Proceedings Fund reports: