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Legal Aid BC is a non-profit organization created by the Legal Services Society (LSS) Act in 1979 to provide legal information, advice, and representation services. Our priority is to serve the interests of people with low incomes, but many of our services are available to all British Columbians. Our services are offered at legal aid locations throughout the province, and online through our websites: legalaid.bc.ca, family.legalaid.bc.ca, aboriginal.legalaid.bc.ca, and mylawbc.com.

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This report reviews the accessibility of Legal Services Society (LSS) publications and websites, as well as how we communicate PLEI information in person, over the phone, and on the Internet, with the objective of ...
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The Legal Services Society (LSS) provide its input for the Canadian Bar Association's consultative process for developing conflict of interest guidelines from the perspective of a provider of legal services to low ...
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This poll: measures the incidence of justiciable problems faced by British Columbians; determines the impact of these problems; identifies what action was taken; identifies perceived barriers to taking action to address ...
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The Legal Services Society (LSS) provides its comments and recommendations to the Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services on Legal Aid Renewal and LSS's commitment to a holistic and integrated ...
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The Legal Services Society regularly evaluates both ongoing services and pilot projects to ensure they are fulfilling their objectives and meeting client needs. This Web page provides links to the reports that result ...
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This document contains additional information completed by the Legal Services Society and the Ministry of Attorney General, and is to be considered background commentary to the Nanaimo FJSC (Family Justice Services ...
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The Nanaimo Justice Access Centre Implementation Evaluation was conducted over a nine-month period from September 2008 to June 2009. It was designed to answer several key evaluation questions related to the ...
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This poll includes a series of questions added to the BC Reid Express provincial omnibus survey for March, 2008 and fieldwork conducted March 4 to 10, 2008 by telephone.
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This submission provides background information about LSS and the current state of legal aid in BC. It also examines the client-centred approach to legal aid and discusses what is needed to build and sustain this type ...
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This evaluation assessed the impact Gladue reports have on Aboriginal offenders and the justice system.
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