Jennifer Leitch, JD, LLM, PhD is a law professor and researcher specializing in legal ethics, professionalism, access to justice, and dispute processes. Her PhD research at Osgoode focused on self-represented litigants’ experiences in the civil justice system. She continues to research and publish in the fields of access to justice and legal ethics. Jennifer is an adjunct faculty member at Osgoode Hall Law School and the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, where she has taught legal ethics and professionalism, legal process, legal research and writing, and torts. She also worked as a civil litigator at Goodmans LLP in Toronto. Jennifer is the Associate Director and an instructor in the Ethics, Society and Law program at Trinity College, University of Toronto, and a Senior Research Fellow with the Canadian Forum on Civil Justice. She resides in Toronto with her partner and twins.
Exploring the User-Experience of Remote Court Proceedings: Innovations and Opportunities