Legal information outreach workers

Legal information outreach workers (LIOWs) are Legal Aid BC staff who can:

  • provide you with legal information and referral services by phone or in person;
  • help you find legal information and self-help resources;
  • give you printed legal information;
  • refer you to other services such as duty counsel and other community services to get legal advice;
  • visit community groups to talk about legal aid services, where to find legal information and resources, and where to get legal help;
  • answer questions at information tables at conferences and community events;
  • collect feedback from community workers and the public about Legal Aid BC (LABC) programs and publications; and
  • assist Downtown Community Court and New Westminster First Nations Court clients.

LIOWs are available at the LABC Vancouver Regional Centre.

COVID-19 NOTICE: LIOWs are available only by phone at this time. Or at LiveHelp chat service through the Family Law in BC website.

510 Burrard Street, Suite 400
Vancouver, BC; V6C 3A8

Phone: 604-601-6166

Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Wed: 8:30 am to 12:30 pm

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