The Conflict Analytics Lab is delighted to unveil a significant update regarding OpenJustice, marking a pivotal milestone in its accessibility and reach. 

As of February 8, 2024, OpenJustice, an open-access legal AI platform developed by the Conflict Analytics Lab at Queen’s University, is now available to all law schools across Canada.  

With this update, law students, faculty members, and researchers throughout Canada can seamlessly access the OpenJustice engine by registering an account using their institutional email addresses. 

To access the OpenJustice engine, users can visit the following link:

Which Schools Can Now Access OpenJustice? 

Every law school in Canada can now access OpenJustice. See below for the full list of Canadian law schools: 

  • University of Alberta 
  • The University of British Columbia 
  • University of Calgary 
  • Dalhousie University 
  • Lakehead University 
  • Université Laval 
  • University of Manitoba 
  • McGill University 
  • Université de Moncton 
  • Université du Québec à Montréal 
  • Université du Québec en Outaouais 
  • Université de Montréal 
  • University of New Brunswick 
  • University of Ottawa 
  • Queen’s University 
  • University of Saskatchewan 
  • Université de Sherbrooke 
  • Thompson Rivers University 
  • Toronto Metropolitan University 
  • University of Toronto 
  • University of Victoria 
  • Western University 
  • University of Windsor 
  • York University 

What is OpenJustice? 

OpenJustice is a generative AI built specifically for law. Developed by the Conflict Analytics Lab at Queen’s University, it offers a user-friendly interface that utilizes natural-language processing to provide detailed responses to legal inquiries. 

Drawing from legislative acts, case law, and a wealth of annotated data collected since 2019, OpenJustice assists users in various legal tasks, including issue analysis and legal reasoning. 

In an interactive conversational style, users can engage with OpenJustice, posing follow-up questions to delve deeper into their legal questions. Users have the capability to upload legal documents, such as cases, enabling OpenJustice to conduct analyses, offer case summaries, or provide insights into legal rules upon further probing. 

Watch the video below to learn more about the features and capabilities of OpenJustice: 

Contact Us 

For more information or to get involved with OpenJustice, contact Jun Yao Qian, the Digital Marketing Officer, at the following email: 

Contact: Jun Yao Qian, Digital Marketing Officer, Conflict Analytics Lab