Legal Services Society

The Legal Services Society (LSS) provides legal aid in BC. Legal aid includes representation by a lawyer, legal advice, and legal information. LSS gives priority to people with low incomes, but many of its services are available to all British Columbians. LSS's mission is to provide innovative and collaborative legal aid services that enable people with low incomes to effectively address their issues within the justice system.

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This evaluation assessed the impact Gladue reports have on Aboriginal offenders and the justice system.
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This poll includes A series of questions added to the BC Reid Express provincial omnibus survey for December 2006 and fieldwork conducted December 4 to 10, 2006 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 report summarizes a 2008 community-based evaluation of several publications dealing with violence against women in relationships published by the Legal Services Society of BC and, in the case of one publication, ...
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This is the final report of an evaluation of service outcomes for 783 clients of six Legal Services Society (LSS) family law services, based on a telephone survey conducted between September 2011 and March 2012.
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This document presents the findings of an evaluation of the implementation of the pilot phase of the Nanaimo Family Justice Services Centre (the Centre).
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This report evaluates the Expanded Duty Counsel pilot project. The project provided for expanded criminal duty counsel in the Kelowna Provincial Court and ran from June 12, 2009 to March 31, 2011.
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An assessment of an evaluation of public legal education materials in Languages Other Than English (LOTE), which took place at the settlement and family support workers conference in 2006. The evaluation focuses on the ...
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This report the effectiveness of LSS videos as a means to communicate public legal information.
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This report evaluates the implementation of seven local agent offices in Kamloops, Kelowna, Prince George, Surrey, New Westminster, Langley, and Victoria, which replaced five LSS regional centres in April 2010.
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