The Law Centre


The Law Centre provides advice, assistance and representation to clients who cannot afford a lawyer. Examples of cases dealt with at The Law Centre include: criminal matters, divorce, support and other family law matters, human rights complaints, civil disputes, and hearings before administrative tribunals dealing with matters such as: employment insurance, welfare, landlord and tenant disputes, and Canada Pension Plan.


topic
Accidents & injuries; Alternatives to court; Consumer; Courts & tribunals; Crimes & offences; Debt; Employment; Family law; Housing, tenancy & neighbours; Legal help & lawyers; Pensions, benefits & welfare; Personal planning; Privacy & access to information; Rights & citizenship; Victims of crime; Wills & estates
type of service
Legal advice, representation or advocacy; Information or self-help
location

The Law Centre
The Law Centre 225 - 850 Burdett Ave., Victoria, BC V8W0C7 225 - 850 Burdett Ave., Victoria, BC V8W 0C7

phone:
250-385-1221
language support:
English
hours:
Switchboard hours: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 and 1:00p.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily. Please call for an appointment.
service restriction:
Clients must qualify financially for legal assistance. Capital Region District only.

Last updated December 04, 2014