The Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family was established on 1 February 1987. The objects of the Institute are to undertake and advance interdisciplinary research, education, and publication on issues related to law and the family; to promote evidence-based reform of the law and legal processes; and, to improve access to justice in family law matters.
The Institute is an independent organization affiliated with the University of Calgary, and is managed by a board of directors made up of prominent judges and family law lawyers, and leading scholars in law, social work, psychology and sociology, from across Canada. The Institute has been incorporated as a registered charity since 1988.
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(Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family. Prepared for Elderly Services Branch and Research and Program Evaluation Unit, Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services., 1988) Hornick, J.P.; McDonald, L.; Robertson, G.B.; Wallace, J.E.