Community Legal Assistance Society - BC Human Rights Clinic


The Clinic provides free representation to complainants who have cases before the BC Human Rights Tribunal. If accepted, you will be assigned an advocate to assist you through the early stages of your complaint, including exploring settlement. Should your case go to a hearing, a lawyer may be able to represent you. The BC Human Rights Clinic is operated by the Community Legal Assistance Society and funded by the BC Ministry of Justice.


topic
Aboriginal; Courts & tribunals; Disabilities; Employment; Gays, lesbians, trans & bisexuals; Rights & citizenship; Seniors; Women
type of service
Legal advice, representation or advocacy
location

Community Legal Assistance Society
Community Legal Assistance Society 300 - 1140 West Pender Street, Vancouver, BC V6E4G1 300 - 1140 West Pender Street, Vancouver, BC V6E 4G1

phone:
604-622-1100
1-888-685-6222 (Toll-free)
infobchrc@clasbc.net (General Inquiries)
intakebchrc@clasbc.net (Legal Representation)
language support:
English
hours:
Live phone help Mon/Wed/Fri only. Call for hours.
service restriction:
No walk-in clients. Call to find out if you qualify.

Last updated September 09, 2014