The Law Centre, University of Victoria

The Law Centre provides advice, assistance, and representation to clients who cannot afford a lawyer. Cases dealt with at The Law Centre include criminal matters, family law matters, human rights complaints, civil disputes, and hearings before administrative tribunals (e.g. employment insurance, welfare, landlord and tenant disputes, and Canada Pension Plan). The Law Centre also provides law students with clinical and legal education.

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First Nations and Metis Outreach Program

The Law Centre may provide legal advice, assistance, and representation to First Nations and Metis clients who live in the Capital Regional District and who ...

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Human Rights Clinic

The Law Centre will assist Complainants and Respondents from the Capital Regional District with understanding the Human Rights Code and the Human Rights ...

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Inmate Legal Services

Law students attend William Head Penitentiary and the Vancouver Island Regional Correctional Centre (Wilkinson Road) and may be able to provide advice and ...

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Shut-in and Hospital Legal Services

Persons who are hospitalized, and persons who are unable by reason of disability or illness to attend The Law Centre may telephone the office for more ...

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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 ...

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