Legal advice and assistance are provided to disadvantaged individuals and groups in the areas of: poverty, disability, workers’ compensation, employment insurance, mental health, human rights and equality law.
A pro bono community legal clinic and teaching facility serving women and gender diverse people in BC. Provides unbundled legal services (primarily in family law) for clients otherwise unable to access legal help, including people who are economically disadvantaged, members of marginalized groups, and people seeking protection from family violence.
Has (1) Areas of Law Pathfinders, (2) The Guide to Civil Procedure at the Supreme Court of British Columbia, and (3) Annotations of the BC Supreme Court Civil Rules and Court of Appeal Rules. For a wide range audience, including the public.
Quick reference resource for non-legal professionals whose clients have legal problems; written by B.C. lawyers in conjunction with Courthouse Libraries BC. The guide outlines steps to address a problem and suggests options for further information and assistance.