Occupations and the Justice System The Canadian Context

When we think about the law, we often think in terms of what happens in a courtroom between attorneys (lawyers) and the judge and the role of police in enforcing the law. Yet, the reality of the legal system in Canada and elsewhere in the world, is that it relies heavily on people filling a plethora of roles in order to function effectively and efficiently.

Let's look at some of the roles aside from lawyer, police officer and judge that keep the legal system functioning.

Choose one of the four photos below to explore a different side of the Canadian judicial system.

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Created with images by WilliamCho - "justice statue lady justice"

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