Professor Julie Macfarlane makes recommendations in Toronto Star article

For self-represented Ontarians, COVID-19 brings anxious legal questions. 

As civil and family courts remained focused on dealing with “urgent matters” only, people without lawyers are struggling to figure out an evolving set of rules and procedures — and what urgent means.

It’s hard enough for lawyers to figure out what is going on — let alone people without legal representation, said Windsor Law Professor and National Self-Represented Litigants Project Director Julie Macfarlane.

Read the full story on the Toronto Star website.