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Clicklaw Partners

Who is involved in Clicklaw

These organizations are contributors to Clicklaw

Clicklaw features legal information and education resources aimed at the public contributed to the site directly by these organizations:

Access Pro Bono Society of British Columbia
Battered Women's Support Services
BC Civil Liberties Association
BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association
BC Law Institute
BC Ministry of Attorney General
Canadian Centre for Elder Law (CCEL)
Cerebral Palsy Association of BC
Community Legal Assistance Society
Consumer Protection BC
Courthouse Libraries BC
Disability Alliance BC
Environmental Law Centre, University of Victoria
Indigenous Community Legal Clinic (ICLC)
Indigenous Law Research Unit (ILRU)
Justice Education Society of BC
Kinbrace Community Society
Law Foundation of BC
Legal Aid BC
Mediate BC
Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia
Nidus Personal Planning Resource Centre and Registry
PACE Society
Pacific Legal Education and Outreach Society
People's Law School
Pivot Legal Society
Plan Institute
Provincial Court of British Columbia
Public Guardian and Trustee of BC
Refugee Sponsorship Training Program (RSTP)
Rise Women's Legal Centre
Seniors First BC
SFU Centre for Education, Law and Society
Tenant Resource & Advisory Centre (TRAC)
The Law Centre (University of Victoria)
UBC Law Students' Legal Advice Program (LSLAP)
West Coast Environmental Law
West Coast LEAF


The Clicklaw Team

Courthouse Libraries BCCourthouse Libraries BC runs the Clicklaw program as part of our mission to improve public access to legal information.

Among those playing key roles in developing and operating Clicklaw are:

  • Desy Wahyuni, Clicklaw Program Coordinator at Courthouse Libraries BC.

  • Brenda Rose, Director of Community Engagement at Courthouse Libraries BC.

  • Megan Smiley, LawMatters Coordinator at Courthouse Libraries BC.

  • Carol McEown and Gayla Reid, who contributed their vast experience in public legal education & information to the development of Clicklaw.

  • Mosa (caught here on video), who supported the contributor organizations in getting their resources on Clicklaw.

  • OpenRoad Communications (now OXD) and Karo Design, who brought their considerable web development and design talents to the Clicklaw project.

Clicklaw Editors

The editors of Clicklaw are Desy Wahyuni and Megan Smiley of Courthouse Libraries BC. Contact the Clicklaw editors.

Clicklaw Editorial Committee

Providing editorial guidance for Clicklaw are:

Clicklaw Steering Committee

Overseeing the development of Clicklaw has been the Clicklaw steering committee:

Our Funder

Law Foundation of BCClicklaw was developed with a project grant from the Law Foundation of BC.