Justice Education Society of BC

The Justice Education Society is committed to improving the legal capability of British Columbians. We provide free legal help services every weekday. We also provide more legal education videos than any other BC PLEI organization. Each year, our programs and resources help more than 700,000 people.

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This guide provides information for those who have experienced disputes or disagreements with their employers.
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This resource contains information about the sentencing process, as well as on criminal records.
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This guide provides information about Disability Assistance in British Columbia. Disability assistance is for people who – through disability – cannot work or have difficulty working full-time.
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The following guide provides information on the process of being charged with a crime in British Columbia.
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When you accept a job, you enter into an agreement with your employer. He or she agrees to pay you a salary and other benefits in return for your work. In BC, there is a law to protect you and your basic rights as a ...
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This guide provides information on Family Justice Counsellors, and how they can help with issues of guardianship, parental responsibilities, parenting time and contact, child support and spousal support.
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When you break a motor vehicle law, you might get a ticket. A ticket can mean a large fine. It can also mean that you get driver penalty points. This resource will help you to understand the ticket process in British ...
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This guide contains information on how to protect yourself as a worker.
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This guide contains information on things that people in British Columbia can do before they turn 19.
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Family Duty Counsel are lawyers paid by the Legal Services Society (Legal Aid) for up to three hours of free advice to help with family law issues. They provide service directly from offices and work stations in ...
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