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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

What if…2.0

Building Good Practice Management Habits

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