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LSLAP is a not-for-profit organization run by law students at the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia. Law students provide free legal advice and representation to clients in Vancouver who would otherwise not be able to afford legal assistance. LLCAP legal aid clinics are located throughout Vancouver`s subway. Dial-A-Law is a collection of 130+ legal scripts created by lawyers. It provides general information on various administrative law topics related to law in British Columbia. Dial-A-Law is a free service available in English, Chinese and Punjabi by phone and internet. You can reach the legal department by phone: call 604-687-4680 (Metro Vancouver) or 1-800-565-5297 (toll-free); or online: www.dialalaw.org We encourage you to contact a number of other legal service providers if you are seeking legal assistance beyond what we can offer. The West Coast Domestic Workers` Association is a not-for-profit organization that provides free legal advice and other services to caregivers living in British Columbia. He operates a walk-in legal clinic five days a week.

The BC Public Interest Advocacy Centre provides legal representation to groups that would otherwise lack the resources to advance issues of great public interest. On the Centre`s website, you will find information on how it selects cases to represent. CLAS provides free legal assistance to disadvantaged people in British Columbia, specializing in poverty, disability, workers` compensation, employment insurance, mental health, human rights and equality law. Its activities include test cases and Charter litigation; service case handling and legislative reform; liaison and consultation with community groups; legal support for advocacy groups and law students; publication of legal documents in support of self-represented litigants; and legal education and support for lay lawyers, community groups, law students and lawyers who volunteer their work. CLAS provides free legal assistance to disadvantaged people in British Columbia. CLAS provides legal services through lawyers and advocates through its legal programs in areas of law such as poverty, workers` compensation, employment insurance, human rights, equality law, and legal issues for people with mental illness and physical and mental disabilities. These services mainly benefit recipients of social assistance, old-age and/or disability pensions and low-income persons. PBSC helps not-for-profit organizations provide legal services and information to underserved communities and clients. PBSC does not provide legal services to individuals. The Greater Vancouver Law Students` Legal Advice Society is led by law students from the University of British Columbia`s Faculty of Law. The Society`s LSLAP program provides free legal advice and representation to people who otherwise cannot afford legal aid.

The clinics operate in community centres in the Lower Mainland. TAPS in Victoria provides free personal legal representation and/or representation in matters relating to disability benefits, income support, employment standards and residential tenancy. When seeking free legal aid, we recommend that you first determine if you qualify for legal aid. In British Columbia, legal aid services range from legal information and advice to legal representation (a lawyer who handles your case). If your legal problem involves criminal charges, mental health or prison issues, serious family problems, or serious immigration issues, you may be eligible for legal representation through legal aid. Please check the Legal Aid BC website to find out if you are eligible for financial eligibility under their rules and guidelines. The Law Centre is a service provided by the University of Victoria`s Faculty of Law and provides legal advice, support and representation to Victorians who cannot afford a lawyer. The Adult Law Student Legal Advice Program provides free legal advice and representation to those who cannot afford to pay for these services. Law students at various levels of study at the University of British Columbia, supported by accredited members of the Law Society of British Columbia, help clients resolve their legal problems. Gordon Neighbourhood House`s program provides services related to a variety of legal matters, including immigration, criminal matters, housing rentals through services such as assisting clients with writing letters, negotiating with other parties, and preparing clients to appear in court on their own behalf.

Law students may also take the time to explain legal alternatives and legal processes to help clients feel comfortable exercising their legal rights. Access to Justice Centres (JACs) in Vancouver and Nanaimo provide legal information, referrals to other services and limited legal advice in the following administrative areas: employment, housing, income (including social assistance programs), immigration and human rights issues. The MOSAIC Legal Advocacy Program provides immigrants and refugees with summary advice, referrals and/or representation on immigration and citizenship matters, disability benefits; Employment Insurance; employment standards and other related matters; and landlord and rental issues. There are many ways to learn more about how to handle your administrative complaint, litigation, appeal or legal issue. The LSLAP program is led by law students from the University of British Columbia. Students provide free legal advice and representation to low-income clients on a variety of topics, including criminal law, tort, residential tenancy, human rights and employment. The clinics operate in community centres in the Lower Mainland. LSLAP`s summer program runs from May to August. Access Pro Bono offers free legal services for those who qualify. The organization operates an extensive network of legal aid clinics across the province, including a wills clinic and a paralegal program (to fill out forms).

Volunteer lawyers provide up to half an hour of free legal advice to clients, and additional appointments may be available. Find a clinic near you. The Rise Women`s Legal Centre provides unbundled legal services, primarily in family law, to self-identified women. Legal services such as spousal and child support, guardianship and property services are provided by trained and supervised law students from the Allard School of Law Clicklaw is a website that provides legal information and training to over 24 public law education staff. The resources available through Clicklaw are designed for use by the public and those that facilitate public access to legal information. Clicklaw: Solving problems. Find help here. The BC Center for Elder Advocacy Support provides services to individuals 55 years of age and older who do not have access to legal aid elsewhere due to low income or other barriers. It can provide services for legal issues such as: consumer complaints, residential rentals/apartments, debts, pensions and vocations, assisted living/long-term care, etc. Free legal services are often referred to as pro bono. It means unpaid or voluntary work for the common good.

Visit Access Probono for information on pro bono legal services in British Columbia. Community lawyers help low- and modest-income British Coumbians find legal information, learn about their legal rights, argue their case at court hearings, and/or advocate for policy change. Lawyers generally cannot provide legal advice or representation, but they often have a very nuanced understanding of the legal issues faced by marginalized people. Depending on your situation, their services may be as helpful or better than a lawyer. Carnegie Centre (Main & Hastings) Carnegie Centre (Main & Hastings) For more information or to make an appointment, please contact the Law Student Legal Advice Program at 604-822-5791 or visit their website. Burnaby Community Connections Burnaby Community Connections The following information describes the agencies or services that can help you with your administrative file. These services have their own specializations. Tenant Information Line: Vancouver: 604-255-0546. Outside the Lower Mainland: 1-800-665-1185 Chak Law Chinatown @ SUCCESS Chak Law Chinatown @ SUCCESS TRAC offers a telephone service for tenants to obtain information about their rights. The website contains useful information for tenants, including videos, tips and the Tenant Survival Guide. When: Bi-weekly Wednesday evenings from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

(September to March only). Robson Square Small Claims Court South Vancouver Neighbourhood House (Victoria & 49th) South Vancouver Neighbourhood House (Victoria & 49th) Different organizations serve different clients or focus on different areas of administrative law. The Canadian Bar Association`s Lawyer Referral Service puts you in touch with a lawyer working in the field of administrative law. The lawyer will meet with you for 30 minutes for a fee of $25.00. Trout Lake Community Centre Trout Lake Surrey Community Centre – Gateway @ Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre Surrey – Gateway @ Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre Gordon Neighbourhood House Gordon Neighbourhood House The PovNet website provides information on social assistance and housing legislation and resources in British Columbia, as well as links to poverty reduction topics and organizations.

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