Describes the services available at the Justice Access Centres in Abbotsford, Nanaimo, Surrey, Vancouver, and Victoria. Their staff provide legal help and information to people facing a separation or divorce.
Has information to help Aboriginal people across BC understand their legal rights. Includes information on Gladue principles; First Nations Court; fishing, hunting, and gathering rights; matrimonial property on reserve; child protection; and family law. Also has information on who can help and how to get legal aid.
Contains information about free legal advice clinics offered by law students at the University of British Columbia, including their clinic solely for immigration and refugee legal issues. Also includes the LSLAP Manual of legal information.
A simple, user-friendly way of locating pro bono legal services throughout BC. Enter your location to get contact information, office hours, maps, directions, and descriptions of the free legal services offered in and around your community.
Contains links to information about the BC Supreme Court, Provincial Court, and Court of Appeal. Also links to Court Services, the section of the Ministry of Attorney General that delivers administrative services such as court registry and trial support.