TRU Community Legal Clinic (CLC)

This student-staffed free legal clinic provides legal assistance and advice in a range of areas to those who would otherwise be unable to afford legal assistance. Issues include residential tenancy, employment standards, small claims, human right claims, consumer protection claims, and simple wills. They can draft legal documents such as demand letters, powers of attorney, representation agreements, advance directives, notices of claim, and replies to claim (small claims under $25,000 only).

Consumer; Courts & tribunals; Employment; Housing, tenancy & neighbours; Personal planning; Rights & citizenship; Seniors; Wills & estates
type of service
Legal advice, representation or advocacy


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9A-1800 Tranquille Road, Kamloops, BC V2B 3L9 9A-1800 Tranquille Road, Kamloops, BC V2B3L9
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TRU CLC is open several days per week throughout the year when classes are in session at TRU. Clinic hours vary somewhat from week-to-week. Please call to book an appointment. The clinic is also open on a drop-in basis on most Mondays from 6-9pm; no appointment is necessary but please call ahead to confirm. There are no drop-in hours in April, August or December.
service restriction:
Clients must meet low income financial eligibility requirements. As well, a law student will conduct an initial interview to determine eligibility based on the nature and scope of the client’s issue.

Last updated April 13, 2016