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Zoom Tips and Tutorials
Please find below a list of links providing you with information on the use of the Zoom video platform. The links give information ranging from basic use, to more advanced features and keyboard shortcuts, depending on your needs.
Self Rep Guides as published by the Canadian Judicial Council
The Canadian Judicial Council has published three new informational handbooks for self-represented litigants who are involved in civil, criminal or family litigation procedures. The goal of the handbooks is to help those who are not represented by legal counsel to better prepare for court proceedings, and to provide judges with tools they can recommend to such persons to help them access the courts.
The handbooks make it simple for self-represented litigants to access information for each province and territory in both official languages on how to prepare for a hearing, the applicable rules and law, where to find free or lower cost legal help and related resource agencies, among many other things.
August 12, 2021 – CaseLines – Hints & Tips
Introduction to CaseLines Through the Lens of a Litigator
Source: Federation of Ontario Law Associations Youtube Channel
Video (accredited)– 1 hr 13 min.
CaseLines Hearings – Tips for Counsel and Self-represented Parties | Superior Court of Justice
Ontario’s CaseLines for Civil Proceedings – Quick Tour
Source: Dan Rosman – Legal Tech – Youtube
Video – 7 min.
Filing and Sharing Court Documents Online-Ontario Superior Court of Justice
Source: Litigation Help – Youtube
Video – 16 min.
Preparation Tips for CaseLines Hearings for Parties February 2021.pdf
Source: – www.hamiltonlaw.on.ca