Indigenous Community Legal Clinic (ICLC)

The Indigenous Community Legal Clinic is an educational legal clinic of the Peter A. Allard School of Law at UBC that provides legal services to the Indigenous community in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, and throughout the Lower Mainland. The Clinic may be able to provide advice, assistance and representation to eligible clients who cannot afford a lawyer and who self-identify as Indigenous persons.

Aboriginal; Courts & tribunals; Crimes & offences; Employment; Family law; Housing, tenancy & neighbours; Legal help & lawyers; Pensions, benefits & welfare; Rights & citizenship; Wills & estates
type of service
Legal advice, representation or advocacy


Indigenous Community Legal Clinic (ICLC) Indigenous Community Legal Clinic (ICLC)

Suite 101-148 Alexander Street, Vancouver, BC V6A 1B5 Suite 101-148 Alexander Street, Vancouver, BC V6A1B5
604 684 7334
1-888-684-7874 (Toll-free)
language support:
8:30am-12:30pm and 1:30pm-4:30pm daily. Student clinicians are available to assist clients Mon-Wed each week. Please note for the first three weeks of each semester, the Clinic will only be able to provide limited services on client matters through this period.
service restriction:
Must self-identify as Indigenous; must qualify for legal assistance

Last updated November 24, 2015