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Social Sciences and Humanities; Law

Accès au droit et à la justice

Centre facultaire
École de criminologie
Faculté de droit
Secondary number: 514 343-7533 (Information)
Secondary email: maya.cachecho@umontreal.ca (Personne contact)

Media

Le professeur Pierre Noreau présente le projet ADAJ sur Vtélé

La vie de chercheur - ADAJ

Profile

Affiliations

Research units

  • Centre de recherche en droit public

Partner organizations

  • Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada (CRSH)

Addresses

Location on the University campus

Pavillon Maximilien-Caron, room

Team

Directors

At Université de Montreal

Members

At Université de Montreal

Pierre Trudel (Chercheur)
Brigitte Lefebvre (Chercheur)
Pascale Dufour (Collaborateur)
Marc-André Éthier (Chercheur)
Catherine Piché (Chercheur)
Martine Valois (Chercheur)
Nicolas Vermeys (Chercheur)
Marion Vacheret (Chercheur)
Chloé Leclerc (Chercheur)
Marie-Claude Rigaud (Collaborateur)
Catherine Régis (Collaborateur)
Nicolas Sallée (Chercheur)
Pierre-Claude Lafond (Chercheur)
Sophie Morin (Chercheur)
Johanne Clouet (Chercheur associé)

Organizational chart of the unit

Organizational chart of the unit

Committees

Comité scientifique

Members

Conseil des partenaires

Caucus étudiant

Comité consultatif

Expertise

Expertise description

The ADAJ project is a major research consortium dedicated to access to law and justice (accès au droit et à la justice). Led by Professor Pierre Noreau of the Université de Montréal, the ADAJ team comprises 42 researchers and collaborators from nine universities and 44 justice partners. This includes, most notably, the Supreme Court of Canada and the Court of Quebec, as well as the Quebec Minister of Justice, numerous local legal clinics, the Barreau du Québec, the Quebec Chamber of Notaries, SOQUIJ and Éducaloi.

Divided into three broad orientations, the research arm is pursuing 20 projects that address access to law and justice, as well as the development of innovative practices that are elaborated and implemented with partners. These various projects enable experimentation with alternative practices and the development of an open concept to law.

Research focus

AXE 1 : Conscience et connaissance du droit

AXE 2 : Pratiques juridiques et accessibilité de l'Institution judiciaire

AXE 3 : Confiance et légitimité du droit et de la justice

Projects and funding

Publications and presentations

Publications

Disciplines

  • Law
  • Criminology

Areas of expertise

  • Civil Law
  • Rights and Liberty
  • Administrative Law
  • Public law
  • Social context of law
  • Family law
  • Sociological analysis of law
  • Human rights
  • Justice Administration
  • Access to justice
  • Fundamental freedoms
  • Rights of Indigenous Peoples
  • Regulatory systems
  • Crime
  • 2000 A.D. - Present