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About Karen Dyck

Karen Dyck is a freelance lawyer based in Manitoba with a keen interest in enhancing access to justice and equality. For the first five years after her Call, Karen carried on a litigation practice in small firms focusing on family law. She has since drawn upon her legal background to work with a number of governmental and non-governmental organizations in a wide range of roles, from investigations and research to program development and writing to management and administration.

Posts by Karen Dyck

Lawyers and Self-Represented Litigants

More Than Just Rhetorical Questions

What Do We Do With All This Data?

The Final Say

Rainbows and Unicorns

Doing Law Differently

A Definite Yes!

Logic Models and Legal Education

Innovating Regulation on the Prairies

Criminal Justice From a Restorative Perspective

A Duty to Be Tech-Savvy?

More Than Meets the Eye

Minding the Gap

It’s Complicated

Rethinking Risk Management

Lawyers Working Well With Others?

More Than Semantics

Building a Culture of Wellness

The Winds of Change

Mandatory CPD Survives Its Day in Court

Advancing the Rule of Law

Keeping an Eye on the Horizon

Merit in Diversity

Data-Rich {LAB} Report

Driving Change in Access to Justice

80 Hours and Counting

Manitoba’s Legal Landscape Is Changing

Share and Share Alike

Get Out and Vote