Author Archives: Kaila Eadie

About Kaila Eadie

Kaila Eadie is a second year law student at the University of Alberta with an interest in family and employment law, advocacy, and access to justice. She is involved with the Elizabeth Fry Society, an organization that supports at-risk women and girls, and Student Legal Services, which provides free legal information to Edmontonians. In her spare time, Kaila enjoys yoga and camping in Alberta's national parks."

Language Barriers: Lost in Translation

Language Barriers: Lost in Translation As a volunteer in family docket court, I frequently watch litigants struggle to communicate with judges, duty counsel, and even their own lawyers. If English or French is not someone’s first language, it is extremely … Continue reading

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