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The Justicia Project was a voluntary program facilitated by the Law Society of Alberta between 2012 – 2017. It was aimed at retaining women lawyers and promoting diversity in the private practice of law.
The Project’s aim was to create a shift in culture and lead the way for innovative, systemic change that works for the profession and the public.
The Law Society of Alberta progressed Justicia through two targeted phases that have now been completed.
Phase 1 involved 13 national firms already participating in Justicia programs across Canada.
Phase 2 had 19 regional, mid-sized and smaller law firms from around the province participating in the Project.