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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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Administrative Tribunals (BC Admin Law Directory)

Specialized government agencies, boards and commissions - called tribunals - make laws that affect our daily lives. This is administrative law. The BC Administrative Law Directory is a searchable list that contains ...
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Supreme Court of BC

This website provides information for self-representing litigants dealing with civil matters, family law and criminal law in BC Supreme Court, and personalized free legal help through online chat and phone support. ...
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Drafting Orders in Supreme Court

An order needs to be prepared when the court hearing is complete and the court has made an order. The order is the document, filed in the court registry, which sets out the decision of the judge or master. The parties, ...
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Fast Track Litigation in Supreme Court

This guidebook contains an overview of fast track litigation (Rule 15-1), for civil, non-family claims in BC Supreme Court. Fast track litigation allows you to shorten the entire litigation process if the amount in ...
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Families Change: Guide to Separation & Divorce

This multimedia website provides information on separation and divorce for children, teens, parents and professionals. Animation, text, audio and video combine to help families and youth better cope with divorce or ...
Also available in: French
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Judicial Review

This guidebook provides an overview of the procedure for a judicial review. In judicial review, the Supreme Court of BC is asked to set aside a decision of a government body, like a tribunal. The guidebook explains ...
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How to Set a Trial Date in Vancouver Provincial Court (Arraignment Hearing)

If you want to plead not guilty to a criminal charge, you will have to go to trial. This means you will need to fix a trial date. You do this at an arraignment hearing. This fact sheet explains how things work at the ...
Also available in: Chinese (traditional), French, Punjabi, Spanish, Vietnamese
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Victims Info

An online resource for victims and witnesses of crime in BC. The website contains a broad range of information, videos and contact resources for victims and witnesses of crime. Topics include services for victims, ...
Also available in: Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), French, Punjabi, Spanish, Vietnamese
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Alternatives to Going to Court

Most lawsuits filed with the court are resolved without going to trial. This guidebook gives an overview of the alternatives to going to court, such as settling your case, negotiation, mediation, neutral evaluation, and ...
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Court Tips for Parents: Representing Yourself in Chambers

This web resource features videos for parents making or opposing an application in Supreme Court chambers to vary or change a child support order. The instructional videos cover how to present your case, what to expect ...
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