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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

Accessing Justice : Beyond Barriers

Part-Time Lawyer, Full-Time Juggler

The Diversity of Manitoba Society

New CEO of the Law Society of Manitoba

Does #A2J Need a Strategic Plan?

New PLEI Resources From Manitoba Courts

Good Intentions and Rhetoric Won’t Suffice

Managing the Transition Through Change

Why Pro Bono?

Making a Mark

Doing Nothing Is Not an Option

How Effective Is Assisted Self-Help?

What Do Legal Consumers Really Need?

Access to Justice Fatigue

No Thanks

Tracking Currents and Following Flotsam

I’m a Non-Engineer

The Screen Door Slamming

What Access to Justice Can Look Like

The Value of Collaborative Networks

Have You Notified Your Insurer?

Unconscionable and Unenforceable

The Jaylene Redhead Inquest Report

Where’s the Lawhacker Website?

A Steady Stream of Manitoba Bills

Limiting Missed Limitation Claims

Rocking the (Bencher) Vote

10 Tips for Safe Pro Bono