The Cost of Justice
The Canadian Forum on Civil Justice (CFCJ)
The “Everyday Legal Problems and the Cost of Justice in Canada” survey (“CoJ survey”)1 is a national everyday legal problems survey carried out as part of the Canadian Forum on Civil Justice’s Cost of Justice project (CFCJ).2 The CoJ survey was conducted by the Institute for Social Research (ISR), York University, on behalf of the CFCJ, between September 2013 and May 2014. The 3,051 main study interviews were completed with randomly selected adults from randomly selected households over land line telephones. An additional set of 212 cell phone interviews were also conducted (discussed further below). The interviews averaged just over 21 minutes in length and the response rate was 42%. This technical report briefly outlines the design and conduct of the survey.
Northrup, David; Currie, Ab; Farrow, Trevor C. W.; Jacobs, Les; and Aylwin, Nicole, "Design and Conduct of the Cost of Justice: Survey" (Toronto, Canada: The Canadian Forum on Civil Justice (CFCJ), 2016). Commissioned Reports, Studies and Public Policy Documents. Paper 181.